The Jewish New Year – Rosh Hashanah – begins on sundown this Wednesday. From dusk on Sept. 4 through the evening of Sept. 6, observant Jews around...
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Just a touch of natural sweetness and shredded carrots, this cake can be more dressed up for a festive dessert, and any leftovers I'll allow to be eaten as a treat for breakfast because it is so light and fluffy.
Trash the cookbooks. This delicious and simple recipe transforms an ordinary piece of meat into an extraordinary meal. And there are 10 good reasons to do it.
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is celebrated in 2011 from sundown on Sept. 28 to nightfall on Sept. 30. The Hebrew date for Rosh Hashanah is 1 Ti...
Let's forget tossing day-old challah crumbs and start chucking whole honey cakes. Yes, down the river. We'll cast away the lying, the cheating, and the bad culinary choices.
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