Tag Archives | cooking

Mayim Bialik Unveils New Vegan Cookbook

The Renaissance woman has developed a following as a parenting blogger for Jewish site Kveller, and recently published a book of vegan recipes for families.

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Manischewitz Announces All-Star Cook-Off 2014

For seven years now, kosher food giant Manischewitz has hosted a cook-off for home cooks featuring kosher recipes and Manischewitz products.

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Shabbat Menu: Schnitzel and Chocolate Cigars

This week’s Shabbat menu features chicken schnitzel, hummus, tabbouleh, roasted potatoes and chocolate cigars for dessert.

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Top Chefs Face Off in First-Ever IDF Cooking Competition

Nine teams competed in a healthy cooking competition aimed at bringing healthy food to IDF soldiers and instilling healthy lifestyles at IDF bases.

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‘Monday Morning Cooking Club’ Chronicles Australian Diaspora Food, Stories

The six Jewish women of the Monday Morning Cooking Club in Sydney, Australia have created a best-selling cookbook that is now available in the US.

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Shabbat Menu: Warm Dishes for a Cool Fall

In this week’s menu we have a spiced butternut squash soup, a baby spinach salad, braised chicken with tomatoes, baked potatoes and onions, and puff pastry twists for dessert.

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Brunch Menu: Rosh Hashanah

Every week Jspace Food features a brunch menu from start to finish, complete with sides and desserts to simplify your busy schedule. Find more brunch menus here!

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Israelis to Consume 15,000 Tons of Apples for Rosh Hashanah

The apple and honey tradition on Rosh Hashanah has Israelis consuming 15,000 tons of apples during the month of September, an increase of almost 50 percent from average consumption during the rest of the year. Israel’s crop of apples is of a particularly high quality this year, according to¬†Amos Levin, general manager of the Galilee […]

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