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Food & Wine

The Tabernacle Experience

Some restaurants are just restaurants. You sit down, look at the menu, order food, eat, pay and go home. Other restaurants offer things in addition to the food. Ambiance is usually the first great step that sets a place above the standard of a

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Twin Suns Releases Two Versions of Old Vine Zinfandel

In time for Sukkot, Twin Suns has released two robust red wines from Lodi, a growing region in San Joaquin County in the Central Valley of California, one of the zinfandel grape’s most successful growing regions. Grown in Italy and known there as the primitivo grape, zinfandel, and especially zinfandel grown from old

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Pouring Joy

Sukkot and Simchat Torah are fast approaching, and once again, it is time to stock up on the best and most delicious wines to rejoice over the Yomim Tovim properly. Let’s get ready to celebrate about 20 meals, most of which in the sukkah with our honored guests.

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Welcome to The Jewish Link's Fall Food & Drink Guide

The start of fall brings us back to school and throws us right into the chagim, arguably the busiest time of the year for many. We hope this Sukkot brings us all some much needed peace and tranquility, and that this magazine is a welcome addition for you to read and enjoy during the Yom Tov.

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Opera Cake and Pumpkin-Filled Torah

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Parshat Vayelech Inspiration:

“So now, write this song for yourselves, and teach it to the Children of Israel. Place it in their mouth so that this song shall be for Me a witness for the Children of Israel.”

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Make Fall Entertaining, Warm, Cozy and Colorful

Show-stopper recipes to make in advance for easier hosting.

Whether you’re hosting a simcha for hundreds at a venue or making a family party at home, surround your guests with the vibrant colors and warm flavors of fall.

Esther Katz, Extraordinary Events by

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Warming Meals for Cooler Weather

New wine pairings to go with old family recipes.

As the days grow shorter, and the wind gusts start sending a chill down your spine, and we settle back into our post High Holidays routine, we revisit the evening

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Tasting Kosher Pinot Noir From Oregon’s Willamette Valley

As the kosher-keeping community continues to seek variety and depth within the world of wine, a new interest has emerged in wines from the American Pacific Northwest, and particularly in pinot noir from the well-known Willamette Valley American Viticultural Area (AVA) in Oregon, which is

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Organic, Kosher, Small-Batch, Healthy and Delicious


 

How ‘De La Rosa 613’ grew into an international specialty food company.

This summer I had the opportunity to taste and cook with an impressive

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Kitchen Hacks

Part II

Since so much time is spent in the kitchen, it pays to incorporate some shortcuts to make our lives easier. Whether time-saving or money-saving, these little kitchen tricks will make a big difference!

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The ‘Office Coffee’ Experiment

By Michal RosenbergBy Michal Rosenberg

Coffee is an important part of any office culture and it's no different at The Jewish Link. Since we are located in the heart of Teaneck’s restaurant area, we can certainly pick up a coffee at any of the local shops nearby, but sometimes, on busy

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Cocktails From Calvados

The taste of fall in a glass.

When The Jewish Link asked me to come up with cocktails for autumn, I almost instantly knew that I wanted to write about cocktails made from Calvados. Calvados is a distilled apple cider, often blended from dozens of different apple varieties, which is aged

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