your jewish connection – jewish food and recipes
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Your Jewish Connection – Jewish Food and Recipes
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With the High Holidays upon us, we gather with our families and friends. Food is a big part of
these times we spend together. Here are some great resources for new ideas and recipes to grace
your holiday table.
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Go to Kosher Food. There are four major categories – Kosher Food, Basics, Favorite Recipes, and
Holiday Cooking. In the left column on the main page, you can browse by topic; for example,
Dairy recipes and How to Cook Kosher.
Click on the Holiday Cooking tab, and then click on Yom Kippur. Not only are there recipes and
menus, but also information on preparing for the fast and ideas for pre-fast and break fast meals.
Jewish Women International, right). The magazine features a Recipe of the Week on the main page. Click the Eat tab and
you’ll find several food articles (center) and a Recipe Archive (left). There are approximately
nine apple cake recipes and four for honey cake. If you enjoy home baking and are looking for a
recipe, you’ll probably find one here that everyone will enjoy.
If you prefer to watch a video, head over to YouTube for some holiday cooking. Start with
Sheilah Kaufman's favorite recipes for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur,
you). She is a published cookbook author and well versed in Jewish cooking. To the right of the
video is a list of other Jewish cooking videos, from apple cake and kugel to challah and blintzes.
Do you prefer to read about food? Here is a list of Jewish/Kosher food blogs,
down to the comments, where people have listed additional blogs. Joy of Kosher,
Internet. It provides Jewish news, entertaining and informational Jewish blog articles, and a
Judaica store. Click on the Kosher button near the top of the page for numerous articles about
The Jew and the Carrot, /partnership between Hazon and the Forward, bringing together the work of the Jewish food
movement with exceptional writing and reporting about what we eat and how it is produced and
Happy cooking! L’shana tova!
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