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Miriam Szokovski

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With a robust tahini-based dressing
Chicken salad is a healthy meal-in-a-bowl we can feel good about eating. Well, maybe not your typical mayo-drenched chicken salad, but this one uses a tahini-based dressing which is genuinely healthy and absolutely delicious. I like to make the chicken an...
Have you ever made a model sukkah? There are lots of ways to make one. You can use Lego or cardboard boxes, for example. Here, we'll make one using paper towel rolls. Step 1: Gather Your Supplies You will need: 14 paper towel rolls Brown paint (or the col...
Do you decorate your sukkah? Paper chains are fun and festive and easy to make. Here's how: Step 1: Supplies You'll need colored paper, scissors and either tape or a stapler. Step 2: Start Looping Cut the paper into evenly sized strips. Choose your first ...
The way the holidays fall out this year, every other day seems to be either Shabbat or a holiday, which means, of course, lots of cooking . . . At this point, you may well be feeling all cooked out. But with Shabbat coming up, followed by Shemini Atzeret,...
A pre–Yom Kippur custom
There are two kreplach “occasions” coming up—Yom Kippur and Hoshana Rabbah. What exactly are kreplach? Boiled or fried pockets of dough stuffed with either meat or chicken, usually served in chicken soup. The meat symbolizes severity; the dough is an allu...
Dear Friend, It seems the world has been facing an unusual amount of turmoil. The Russia-Ukraine conflict continues, Venezuela and Greece are in the midst of ongoing crises, the US struggles with unrest, refugees from the Middle East are desperately clamo...
1. Round Challah with Sweet Crumb Topping It’s traditional to use round challahs for Rosh Hashanah, to represent the cycle of life. It’s also customary to eat sweet foods at this time, to symbolize our desire for a sweet year ahead, hence the raisins and ...
If you have memories of eating your bubbe’s teiglach, I hope this recipe will excite you. If you’re not yet familiar with the Rosh Hashanah classic, allow me to introduce you: Teiglach are treats made from small pieces of dough, doused in a sticky, sweet ...
We’re now in the Jewish month of Elul, which means Rosh Hashanah is fast approaching—just 3 weeks to go! And this sweet apple-noodle kugel definitely belongs on your menus. Kugel is one of those traditional Ashkenazic dishes which makes some people roll t...
Make ’em with your kids! Or unleash your own inner child . . .
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