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Tu B’Shevat – Slice of Life

January 15th, 2013 | by WMJledger

By Eileen Goltz Tu B’ Shevat is one of those historical holidays where you kinda scratch your head and go running to Google to find out the food associated with this holiday… and am I supposed ... Read More


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High Holidays 5773 – Slice of Life

September 12th, 2012 | by WMJledger

By Elleen Goltz With the length of the walk home from shul on Rosh Hashanah growing in direct proportion to the unpredictable September day’s temperature and humidity it’s important to have the kind of lunch waiting ... Read More


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Healthy kosher eating as we age

August 15th, 2012 | by WMJledger

By Lise Stern / JNS.org We all have our traditional kosher favorites—and for many this means Ashkenazic fare, like slow-roasted brisket, matzo ball soup, lockshen kugel, and perhaps cholent and blintzes. Unfortunately, such kosher classics aren’t ... Read More


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Cheesecake Recipes for Shavuot

May 17th, 2012 | by StaceyDresner

By Eileen Goltz What better time to try out a new dairy recipe or two than Shavuot and of course, when I use dairy and Shavuot in one sentence, I usually come up with a cheesecake ... Read More


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Breaking the Fast

September 18th, 2011 | by wm_admin

The closer we get to yontif the more and more requests for dairy Break the Fast recipes.  Phrases like “something light” or “something I can just throw together that doesn’t take too much time” seem to ... Read More


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Slice of Life: Recipes as sweet as honey

September 18th, 2011 | by wm_admin

There is an ancient biblical question that has confounded sages for eons. This deep and multifaceted question has puzzled the greatest minds of each generation and rears its dubious head every year when Rosh Hashanah rolls ... Read More


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Picnic time

May 19th, 2011 | by wm_admin

Picnics are a staple of the springtime holiday of Lag B’Omer. To help spice up your picnic basket, here are a few recipes for salads (and, for good measure, pickles), taken from the pages of “These ... Read More


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