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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.

Fall brings warm flavors and a cozy, colorful atmosphere to our tables and homes. The Fall Food & Drink Guide, a seasonal magazine created by our staff, continues to be a labor of love for the foodies among us, with a collaborative goal to enhance your mornings, weeknight dinners and autumn Shabbatot, with new menu and product ideas as well as whatever time-saving hacks we can find. 

Elizabeth Kratz and Michal Rosenberg, with contributors Nina Glick, Bracha Schwartz, Kenneth Friedman and Gamliel Kronemer, worked together to bring you these pages to peruse over Sukkot and spark your creativity this season.

As always, we welcome and appreciate any feedback. I can always be reached at [email protected].

Chag Sukkot Sameach!

See below for a clickable table of contents: 

Make Fall Entertaining, Warm, Cozy and Colorful By Bracha Schwartz

Warming Meals for Cooler Weather By Kenneth Friedman

Tasting Kosher Pinot Noir From Oregon’s Willamette Valley By Elizabeth Kratz

Organic, Kosher, Small-Batch, Healthy and Delicious: The Story of De La Rosa 613 By Elizabeth Kratz

Kitchen Hacks, Part II By Nina Glick

The ‘Office Coffee’ Experiment By Michal Rosenberg

Cocktails From Calvados By Gamliel Kronemer

Spring Into Fall With Colorful Cabbage By Nina Glick







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