Why You Should Cook Your Chicken Soup in the Oven

BY RACHEL MYERSON My mom serves matzah ball soup every Friday night (#momgoals), and she’s always made it in the oven. When I left home and found myself without my weekly...

Say What? How to Stop Negative Self Talk

By Dalia Abott, LMSW, RD Experts have stated that on average we have 70,000 thoughts a day — about 3,000 every hour. Further research by The National Science Foundation revealed...

Foodies: Montreal-Spiced Braised Brisket

  Your food bible is here. The yom tov issue of Fleishigs magazine is now in stores for a limited time. Pick up a copy at your local kosher supermarket,...

Like Babka? You’ll Love This Recipe for Chocolate Kokosh

This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher. BY CHAYA RAPPOPORT If babka is the hip Jewish treat du jour, then kokosh cake is its slightly homelier cousin of yesteryear. But don’t let that description turn...

Hungry Belly Versus Hungry Heart

By Dalia Abott, LMSW, RD A recent study of 2,000 Americans found 2:41 p.m. to be the specific time of day when cravings can strike the hardest. Each one of...

Slice Of Life: Vegetarian Soups

  By Eileen Goltz Based on a very unscientific survey of my friends and family, I’ve come to the conclusion that every single table that is being set for yontif has...

Making Friends with Your Scale

by Dalia Abott, LMSW, RD We all have it. That scale style. First thing in the morning, undressed, right foot first, two times for an average. It’s an extremely personal...

From Sukkos to Simchas Torah, the Party Goes On

By Gabriel Geller Royal Wine/Kedem The two holidays on the Jewish calendar symbolizing the most simcha (joy) are coming upon us. Sukkos and Shemini Atzeres–Simchas Torah are indeed referred to as...

Healthy Holiday Living with Tanya

On Sukkos, we sit down for several hefty meals with our family and friends. But remember, the holiday is not about the food but rather the gathering of people...

Sopa de Huevos y Limon: Balkan Twist on Chicken Soup

BY EMILY PASTER This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher. Sephardic chicken soup with lemon and egg, or sopa de huevos y limon, is a traditional first course for breaking the Yom Kippur...
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Student Leaders Welcome Prospective Students to SKA

  Student ambassadors greeted a record number of prospective parents and students from many metropolitan elementary schools at the Stella K. Abraham High School for...

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