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Rosh Hashanah

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  • Recipe: Black-eyed peas with leeks and chard

    Recipe: Black-eyed peas with leeks and chard
      Total time: 2½ hours Servings: 6 as appetizer or side dish Note: Since fresh black-eyed peas are time-consuming to shell, I serve a small amount separately to be added to each portion. Slim black-eyed peas don't need to be shelled. They can be...
  • Recipe: Quick couscous

    Recipe: Quick couscous
      Total time: 20 minutes Servings: 6 1 pound (2½ cups) couscous 1 teaspoon salt 6 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, divided 2 cups boiling water 6 tablespoons hot broth Additional broth, soup or stew (for serving) 1. Put couscous in a sauté pan....
  • Recipe: Sautéed apples

    Recipe: Sautéed apples
      Total time: 20 minutes Servings: 12 servings of 2 apple pieces, as garnish Note: If you prefer more apple pieces for each serving, double the ingredients and cook the apples in two batches. 2 large sweet-tart apples, such as Braeburn (14 ounces to...
  • Recipe: Couscous with seven blessed vegetables

    Recipe: Couscous with seven blessed vegetables
    Couscous with seven blessed vegetables Total time: 3 hours, 45 minutes (plus 2½ hours cooking time for the dried chickpeas if using) Servings: 6 Note: This recipe includes vegetables baked with sugar and cinnamon. They can be served as an appetizer for...
  • Recipe: Sweet sesame sauce

    Recipe: Sweet sesame sauce
      Total time: 10 minutes Servings: 9 to 12 6 tablespoons tahini, stirred in the jar until blended before measuring 3 tablespoons water, more if needed 6 tablespoons date honey (also known as silan or date molasses) or bee honey, more if desired Spoon...
  • Rosh Hashanah feasts center on sweet harvest

    Rosh Hashanah feasts center on sweet harvest
    It seems like Rosh Hashanah customs were created by lovers of fruits and vegetables. Most families will begin Sunday night's holiday dinner with apple wedges dipped in honey to symbolize the hope for a sweet New Year, and many serve sweet vegetables,...
  • We Remember Them

     
    I received some nice responses to my Thanksgiving column about my mother's death, the inside joke she and my father shared involving the Battle of Hastings, and the importance of seeking and remembering these family stories. The response I wanted......
  • Jewish New Year services to be held for special needs families

     
    The Children's Temple of Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services in Cheviot Hills will hold High Holiday services beginning at 7 p.m. Sunday for families with children who have autism and other perceived disabilities....
  • Caregivers guide for Jewish elders

     
    The Jewish Pavilion has published a booklet to help nursing homes and assisted living facilities with the cultural and religious needs of their Jewish residents. The guide includes information on dietary requirements, observing Jewish holidays including ...
  • Ana Maria Angel murder: Ridiculously long road to justice

     
    Ten long years. It's been ten long years since the brutal rape and killing of Ana Maria Angel, an 18-year-old high school senior who was abducted with her boyfriend while on a date in South Beach. Talk about a travesty......
  • April 22: Lunchbreak Passover Dish with Wendy Pashman

    April 22: Lunchbreak Passover Dish with Wendy Pashman
    Modern Jewish Celebrations, Presented by Entertaining Company is a special catering service that celebrates the rites and rituals of the Jewish lifecycle . We celebrate the "story of life" with a specific understanding of Jewish culture and ceremony --...