Food Feature

Four (or Five) Cups of Wine in Support of Israel

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  Despite all the upheaval and social distancing, Passover will soon be here, and we will need wine to celebrate. The availability of great Israeli wine...

Coping with Bread Withdrawal: Recipes for Passover

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Quite a few of the Jewish holidays come with increased restrictions on our behavior. Don’t turn on the lights during Shabbat. Don’t eat this...

Passover Recipes to Destress the Chef

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By Jamie Geller | JTA Passover may be the mother of all kitchen yuntifs, but stay cool and don’t stress. Here are some of my...

Feast on Sephardi Food This Passover

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By Linda Morel Like many modern women, Michelle Azar Aaron juggles many balls. She is a singer, actress, and writer of her one-woman show, “From Baghdad...
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Recipes by an Anosmiac: You Don’t Need to Be Able to Smell This Sandwich...

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By Leah Holzel Much of the pleasure we get from food comes by way of our sense of smell. Yes, our sense of taste is important,...

Roasted Cauliflower Soup

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Cauliflower is readily available at any food store, always in season, light, loaded with good nutrients, and affordable. As a cook, I find it is so diverse, easy to work with, and forgiving; and best of all, it will adopt to any flavor you add to it.

Chef Gary’s Fried Flounder Fillet

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My mother Ruth and my Grandma Stella always made this dish by frying flounder or sole in a pan with oil. Any firm, flaky...

Show-Stopping Southern Fried Chicken

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By Keri White My husband is Southern. People are always shocked when they hear about a Jewish guy from Arkansas, but his family was part...

Chef Gary Heats Things Up with Grandma Stella’s Hungarian Lima Bean Soup

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This is one soup that will not let you down. It is the ultimate way to get the chill out and the dill out....

Chef Gary’s Kosher Pollo Parmigiana

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Many generations ago, chicken was considered pareve — neither dairy nor meat, like fish. Changes in Jewish law mean kosher-keeping Jews today cannot enjoy...