July 30, 2014 / 3rd of Av, 5774
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15 Blog Posts

  • Thanksgivukkahblintzes_large
    This recipe gives a Hanukkah dish a sweet autumnal spin. Rolling the blintzes is a fun step that can be assigned to any kids hanging around the kitchen looking to partake in the fun. Apple Butter BlintzesMakes 10 to 12 crepes1 cup all-purpose flour1 cup milk1 tablespoon sugar4... Read More
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  • Applesquashsoup1_large
    Until the last few years, I was never big on soups. They always seemed like a sorry, one-note excuse for a meal—especially the pureed ones. I wanted a more diverse texture instead of spoonful after spoonful of the same thing. I’m not sure what happened between then and now, but... Read More
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  • Bakedaples_large
    I’ve found that the best way to warm up a house is to invite friends over for dinner. The crisp fall air doesn’t stand a chance against lively conversation and a hot oven.  But a word of warning to any potential dinner-party attendee: I don’t have much of a sweet tooth.... Read More
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  • Appletart1edit_large
    Rosh Hashanah may be over, but fall is only beginning and Sukkot is just around the corner. So the classic pairing of apples and honey is just as relevant as it was last week. I look at this duo as a jumping-off point—a basic combination that you can riff on by introducing some other... Read More
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  • Ross_large
    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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  • The_apples_honey_large
    We know everyone appreciates—and loves—the traditional Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur recipes: brisket, apple cake, bagels and lox…you know the drill. But this year we wanted to bring some of those holiday flavors (well, mostly the apple flavor) into the realm of adult... Read More
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  • Applebutter_large
    Life has started to return to normalcy since the events of last week. We’ve finally gotten our feet—and running shoes, for many—back under us and are ready to start healing. I believe that food can play a part in that healing process. My neighborhood Whole Foods Market... Read More
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  • Apple_chocolate_chip_cake_-_top_image_large
    My parents always taught me that a good houseguest brings a gift for her host as a thank you for opening their home. And as an Internet houseguest of yours with this, my inaugural post as JewishBoston.com’s food blogger, I feel like I should thank you for inviting me into your home. So,... Read More
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  • Rosh_hashanah_dessert_tart_large
    At JewishBoston.com, we talk a lot about food, particularly around the holidays. With Rosh Hashanah quickly approaching, our talk has turned to apples—and dessert. We wanted to find the perfect dish to share with you—something festive, delicious and easy. We turned to Linda Amir of... Read More
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  • Applesauce_medium
    McIntosh, Fuji, Gala, Braeburn…we are lucky to have so many apple varieties literally at our fingertips! One fun way to celebrate Rosh Hashanah and the fall season as a family is to go apple-picking at a local farm and turn your favorites into tasty creations to ring in the New Year. (Find... Read More
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