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You Say Wonton; I Say Kreplach

This essay appears in today’s edition of The Forward – on their beautiful newly redesigned on-line Food section. Here’s the link or just keep reading below:  863 more words

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11 Ways You Know You Grew up Jewish

1. You’ve never had a Christmas tree. And that brass candle holder you used for Hannukah? It was called a hannukiah, not a menorah. 179 more words

Blessed be and Mazel tov!

Saturday I’m taking gefilte fish to a pot-luck Seder. This year the moons, planets, and stars aligned so that Passover and Easter occur together. My church is holding a Seder with our Jewish friends and family to share those tenets we have in common and to celebrate each other’s faith. 156 more words

Perusing the Pesachdik Products: New Tastes for an Ancient Holiday

While all Jewish holidays seem to be food-centered, Passover is about what you can’t eat. (OK, Yom Kippur, we are not talking about you. You’re in a league of your own.) With the holiday fast approaching – it begins this Friday night, April 3 – we’re fixated on some of the new products we can and will be eating this year. 815 more words

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A Pop-Up Dinner with The Gefilteria

After a lifetime of embracing my Sephardic heritage—mostly in the form of endless flakey, cheese-filled Turkish pastries—my sister and I decided it was time to give the stage to our Eastern European ancestry for a change. 204 more words

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Old Country Gefilte Fish

This recipe submission comes from my dad Boris. He’s an avid fisherman and a great family man. He started cooking at a very young age, learning the flavorful, traditional recipes of his family and heritage. 401 more words

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If a Horse and Radish Fall in Love?

You gotta wonder how some things got their names… I mean, did a horse and a radish fall in love, and we wound up with this ugly, sharp flavoured root, that somehow goes great with both Gefilte fish AND roast beef? 188 more words

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