Mimouna: celebrating the end of Pesach

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Photo: Tina WassermanMimouna Stuffed Dates By Tina WassermanPassover is over and religiously we look to the counting of the Omer until Shavuot. However Moroccan Jews and their Arab neighbors have…

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Easy main courses for your seder meal

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Photo: Dave CarlinBrisket is a classic Passover main dish. This one, with three ingredients only, is super easy. By Tina WassermanHope you are all coping well with the sequestering. I…

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Potato kugels for Passover

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Photo: Dave Carlin Potato Kugel By Tina Wasserman This Passover you are most likely not cooking for a large group of people but you still need to prepare for whatever…

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Holiday entertaining with a Hanukkah twist

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Puff pastry stuffed by camembert and berries, delicious food By Tina Wasserman You can choose to spend a lot of money on catalog or specialty store prepared food or you…

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Why you should cook chicken soup in the oven

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Photo: Rachel Myerson Matzo ball soup, fresh from the oven. By Rachel Myerson My mom serves matzo ball soup every Friday night (#momgoals), and she’s always made it in the…

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