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Chosen Eats: Rosh Hashanah Recipe - Mock Chopped Liver

Chosen Eats: Rosh Hashanah Recipe - Mock Chopped Liver

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.... Read More
Posted in: Food
Bringing Generations Together

Bringing Generations Together

Vera is a Holocaust survivor who grew up in Vienna, Austria and came to the US in 1947. Other than her daughter, she has only... Read More
Posted in: Community News
Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 12 - Salmon en Papillote

Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 12 - Salmon en Papillote

“Steamed fish and vegetables” sounds like diet food. (And unappealing diet food, at that.) Whenever I read it on a menu, I think of drab,... Read More
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Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 11 - Zucchini Latkes

Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 11 - Zucchini Latkes

I’ve already spoken about my love for latkes. While I indulge as much as possible during Hanukkah, it’s hard to justify eating them other times... Read More
Posted in: Food
Middle School Students Enjoy Sweet Twist on Passover Traditions

Middle School Students Enjoy Sweet Twist on Passover Traditions

Monday night, Jewish families around the country sat down for the usual first night Passover seder, complete with 4 cups of wine, bitter herbs, a... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 10 - Chicken Salad, Hold the Mayo

Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 10 - Chicken Salad, Hold the Mayo

Spring has officially sprung! Most of the snow has melted, the sun is shining, and I’m just waiting for it to get a few degrees... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 9 - Sweet Potato and Red Pepper Hash

Chosen Eats: Eating Passover, Day 9 - Sweet Potato and Red Pepper Hash

When I was younger, I rarely ate breakfast. It was always a granola bar or a glass of juice as I was running out the... Read More
Posted in: Food
A Passover Play Date: How to Save the Jewish People

A Passover Play Date: How to Save the Jewish People

As Jews we have seen more than our fair share of suffering and persecution. Every Passover we solemnly acknowledge that God continues to save us... Read More
Posted in: Kids & Parenting
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Ecology versus the Holocaust: A Tale of Baby Making Decisions

"I wanna have twenty-two babies!” My little sister was five years old and didn’t quite understand the mechanics of childbirth. She thought babies were just... Read More
Posted in: Personal Stories
The Debrief: On Plagues, Victories, and Steubenville

The Debrief: On Plagues, Victories, and Steubenville

Our prison system is a modern plague. During the Passover seder, we recount the story of our liberation from slavery in Egypt. To terrorize the... Read More
Posted in: 20s & 30s
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