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Sybil Kaplan

Articles by Sybil Kaplan

A Summer Favorite: Tomatoes

My apologies to Food & Wine for borrowing three of their recipes on tomato salads, with my changes. People who visit Israel often remark that

Healthy Salmon Dishes

As the weather starts to get warmer, serving salmon makes a nice main course. Besides being high in protein, iron, Vitamin D and potassium, it

Cheese Is Pleasing

In thinking about my menus for the week, I always plan at least three non-meat main courses. I used to buy my cheeses in a

Potato Soup for Winter

Creamy Pareve Potato Soup 12 servings I found this in “The Kosher Palette,” a cookbook of the Jewish Kushner Hebrew Academy in Livingston. 1½ T.

Warm Winter Drinks

A good friend of mine recently called and asked if I was going to be in the shuk, to please get her cinnamon sticks. She

Crepes—A Fancy, Fun Dessert

Here are some different crepes to make for family or company. Vanilla Dessert Crepes Servings: 10-12 1 egg dash salt ½ cup flour ⅔ cup

Chili for Winter

When temperatures go to the 30s and rain and snow are forecast, my mind goes to one thing—chili. Chili has its roots in America, especially

Brisket. It’s Tradition!

In traditional Jewish cooking, brisket is most often braised as a pot roast, especially as a holiday main course. For reasons of economics and kashrut,