November 22, 2014 / 29th of Chesvan, 5775
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Food

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    Anyone who’s worked as a server in a restaurant knows how hard it is to handle food you aren’t allowed to eat. So why leave your break-fast preparations to the day of the fast, when you’re likely hungry, preoccupied and, worst of all when it comes to the kitchen, unable to... Read More
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    Last year I brought you beekeeping for Rosh Hashanah; this year I chatted with a hard cider brewer. (Honey…then apples. Get it?) Ross Brockman is a co-founder of Downeast Cider House, a craft cider company now brewing out of Boston. We talked about how he got started and how, exactly,... Read More
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    When my roommate bought a grill a couple of months ago, I secretly and selfishly celebrated because I knew I’d get more use out of it than she would. (Sorry, Catherine!) And I was right. This summer, I’ve grilled everything I can get my hands on, from the everyday (corn, burgers,... Read More
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    Between coordinating a menu and making yourself and your house presentable, hosting a holiday celebration can be overwhelming. One of the small measures you can take to minimize stress is to revolve your menu around make-ahead dishes that can be prepared on the stovetop, which frees up the... Read More
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    Rosh Hashanah is catching many customers by surprise because of how early it is this year. Our order deadline is Tuesday the 27th! In addition to our traditional dishes, such as from scratch Gefilte fish, we have some new recipes this year too. One is an Israeli "cous-cous" dish made with... Read More
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    Most people get the majority of their chickpea intake from hummus. But this humble legume is so much more. It can add buttery flavor to a salad, contribute creaminess to a soup, or, as it does here, make for a protein-packed snack that you can take with you on the go or to a picnic. That’s... Read More
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    This year, even more than most, you can’t be blamed for feeling like Rosh Hashanah is sneaking up on you; 5774 starts Sept. 4! If you can’t wrap your head around planning a new year’s menu in the middle of August, you may want to check out Kitchensurfing, a new website that lets... Read More
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    My younger sister and I are very similar. We both have dimples, an obsession with any four-legged creature, and an embarrassing love for reality TV. The place where we differ the most is when it comes to eating. I’ll try anything (and usually like it), while Jackie has a more, let’s... Read More
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    If you’ve been up and about the last few mornings, you’ve felt that tinge of coolness in the air. It’s that hint of fall; the promise of long sleeves, colorful leaves, and warm foods and spices. I’ve even seen a few commuters wearing light jackets and scarves during my... Read More
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    Brisket, kugel and challah get a lot of Rosh Hashanah love, but to me, the Jewish New Year will always be the “apples and honey” holiday. This sweet pairing is the first thing most people—both those who celebrate it and those who don’t—think of when they consider... Read More
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