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5 Reasons to Eat More Tahini and 10 Recipes to Try 

Wandering through the shuk (market) in Israel you are likely to frequently encounter a beige paste. You might see it sold on its own, and as the primary ingredient in halva, hummus, and baba...

4/26/2017
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Cauliflower Slabs with Basil Pesto

Every year my mother, Toby Marcus, fries cauliflower dipped in egg and matzoh meal to create a crunchy side dish. This recipe is lighter and healthier, although I always hope that my mother will...

4/10/2017
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Seared Tuna With Olives And Capers

Paula’s family consumes a lot of sushi, so everyone is thrilled when she has seared tuna on the menu at her house. It is the quickest main dish to prepare if you, like her children, enjoy fresh...

4/5/2017
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Seder Plate Salad

This is Paula Shoyer’s version of a French niçoise salad with lamb instead of tuna. It contains the ritual components of the seder plate and table. The dressing is made from kosher sweet wine and...

4/5/2017
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Quiche With Veggie Crust

(The Nosher via JTA) -- Breakfast can be hard during Passover — no oatmeal, no toast and certainly no pancakes. (No, the boxed kind do not count.) I like making eggs or matzah brei or even...

3/30/2017
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Bitter Greens Salad with Orange

Ronnie Fein is a cookbook author, food writer and cooking teacher in Stamford, Conn. She is the author of “The Modern Kosher Kitchen”and “Hip Kosher.” Visit her food blog, Kitchen Vignettes, at...

3/29/2017
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The Bitter With The Sweet

On the first night of Passover, most people prepare a traditional seder meal of familiar, well-loved dishes made from treasured, well-used recipes. Our family is no different. My first seder...

3/29/2017
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Sweet Potato Coconut Soup

This dairy-free sweet potato coconut soup is smooth, tasty and filling.  Children and adults enjoy this soup. Sweet potatoes endlessly please and nourish.

The recipe calls for a small...

3/28/2017