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Food & Wine

‘Burger Boss’ Rolls Out a Delicious, Ultra-Modern Restaurant Concept

Can a restaurant menu be so adaptable that it lives in the cloud? Of course. Can crowd-pleasing, perfectly-seasoned American classics be optimized and designed specifically for delivery? Sure. With this winning recipe, why not start with the ever-popular, immensely craveable burger and go on from

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Rosé: Cool Pink Wines for Shavuot and Summer

At our first-ever Jewish Link Zoom wine tasting, I was pleasantly surprised to find my wine-tasting friends ready and able to adapt to our current reality: to taste a few 2019 rosé wines en masse with an eye to help curate, in a small way, our community’s wine choices. We

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A Rosé by Any Other Name

This past Shabbat we learned one of my favorite mishnayot, Avot, 4:20: “Rebbi says: don’t look at the container, rather what is in it. There is a new container full of aged wine, and an old container that doesn’t even contain new wine.” It sounds so much more adult than “don’t judge a book by its cover.”

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A Versatile Dish: Butternut Squash, Chickpea and Lentil Moroccan Stew

Thinking of so many good friends and my wonderful Moroccan neighbors in Cote St Luc! I learned so much from the delicious way that they were able to blend spices to make exotic concoctions to please anyone’s taste buds.

I recently made and enjoyed the following recipe, realizing that

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Artisan Bread in Just Five Minutes a Day?

In this unique time spent mostly at home, lucky ones among us have had the chance to dust off our cookbooks and bake our own challah and desserts. With many of us ordering our basics online, why not experiment with some gourmet sourdough-style breads? Apologies to those who may remember a version of this article I wrote in 2017,

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Cinnamon Coffee Cake From Your Bread Starter

Once you start making bread often from your sourdough starter, you will find there is extra dough and extra starter. One can reduce waste by incorporating the starter into cakes, muffins, biscuits and scones easily; it’s a fun way to expand your baking repertoire without having to discard extra starter. The internet is full of

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Quarantine Cuisine: The ‘Anything Wrap’ Challenge

We have diverted ourselves during social isolation by creating meals out of little-used pantry items and leftovers. One really easy application is wraps; We can use tortillas, flatbread or wraps to invent a tasty new dish in minutes. All you need is the wrap, any type of protein (leftover or canned are truly ideal), any type of

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Kosher Markets Help Save Pesach for Customers

The kosher markets that got residents through Pesach this year were truly operating in uncharted territory. Supplies were ordered and re-ordered from swamped vendors for anxious customers. New workplace sanitation rules affected everyone’s job. Demand for delivery exploded. For many, if not all, Jewish homemakers, Pesach

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From My Kosher Jerusalem Kitchen: International Meat Dishes After the Seder

After eating all the wonderful seder dishes of our families, I find it fun to try dishes that are unusual and not from our backgrounds. Here are some you might want to try.

Egyptian-born Claudia Roden is the master of Middle Eastern food and author of 20 cookbooks. Now 84 years old, she lives in

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Learn How to Make Chocolate Matzah Crunch in 41 Seconds

(Courtesy of Israel 21C) Chocolate, toffee, matza – what on earth could go wrong? See our recipe below and enjoy a sweet Passover from ISRAEL21c.

Chocolate Matzah Crunch

Ingredients:

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The Three-Generation Matzah Brei You Will Not Want to Miss

(Courtesy of Israel 21c) This Passover, ISRAEL21c producer Haim Silberstein begged his mother Rosie to share her special family matzah brei recipe with our readers.

Haim’s sister, Orna Silberstein and daughter, Tamar, also joined in the fun. This is nothing like the matzah brei you might be

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From Slavery to Freedom; From Sorrow to Joy

We are living in an unprecedented situation. I keep hearing and reading that we are in a world of uncertainty. But that could not be less true. We are all witnessing that despite all the technology and scientific advances achieved and built by mankind, one thing is quite

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