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QUICHES, KUGELS, AND COUSCOUS

QUICHES, KUGELS, AND COUSCOUS
By January 4, 2011

Joan Nathan takes us into kitchens in Paris, Alsace, and the Loire Valley; she visits the bustling Belleville market in Little Tunis in Paris; she breaks bread around the observation of Shabbat and the celebration of holidays. Now she gives … Read More

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Worst Cooks In America Re-Cap: Food Network, Good For The Jews?

Worst Cooks In America Re-Cap: Food Network, Good For The Jews?
By January 3, 2011

Food Network is sort of like the shtetl of television. Read More

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Does Perl Girl Baking Really Make The World’s Best Rugalach?

Does Perl Girl Baking Really Make The World’s Best Rugalach?
By November 22, 2010

Joanna Perl of Perl Girl Baking uses the immortal words of Linda Richman as the mantra for her new company: out to make “The World’s Best Rugalach (Really),” her treats melt in your mouth, “like buttah.” Read More

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Everything You Ever Needed To Know About Jewish Food In One Podcast

Everything You Ever Needed To Know About Jewish Food In One Podcast
By November 9, 2010

Rabbi, chef, and James Beard Award-winning cookbook author, Gil Marks, talks about his new Encyclopedia of Jewish Food. Read More

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Israel Gets Porkier

Israel Gets Porkier
By September 29, 2010

It seems the current cultural trend of Jews openly celebrating their love of pork, opening restaurants such as Traif in New York and Animal in Los Angeles has arrived in Israel. Jeffery Yoskowitz of The New York Times reported today … Read More

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