Break Your Fast With Zimtsterne

BY RONNIE FEIN Via Nosher When people deny themselves food for an extended period of time they’re usually ravenously hungry and find themselves thinking about consuming huge amounts of food. But it’s...

How to Host a Socially Distanced Break-Fast This Yom Kippur

BY SHANNON SARNA All our holidays are a little bit different this year. Most synagogue services will be conducted online. Many people are feeling disconnected from both the ritual of holidays and...

3 Easy Ways to Reap the Healing Power of Ancient Superfoods

When no less an authority than the National Institutes of Health touts the potential health benefits of ginger, garlic, and turmeric, there’s a good reason to follow in our...

Nutrition By Tanya: Tips For Losing Weight

By Alice Harrosh Eat breakfast! Dieters often skip breakfast. Trust me, this never works. By lunch, you will feel famished and eat a much larger portion than appropriate for an...

Schmutter: Getting A-Head on the New Year

  Welcome back to “How Should I Know?” — the Rosh Hashanah advice column that experts agree should be tossed into a lake. Even on yom tov. Dear Mordechai, How do I prepare...

Spicy Moroccan Fish

By: Devorah Tobaly Lerer As Pesach is now almost upon us, there is no better time to share this Kosher L'Pesach (non-gebrokts) recipe. This take on a classic Moroccan Fish...

New Beginnings: Wines to Celebrate a Fresh Start

  By Gabriel Geller Kedem/Royal Wine Every Rosh Hashanah, we reflect on the year that passed and look forward to the year to come. We start a new chapter, not only in...

Use That Summer Squash for Rich Zucchini Baba Ganoush

BY SONYA SANFORD FROM THE NOSHER   By the end of the summer, I’m always looking for ways to use up all the summer squash that is inevitably overgrowing in my garden. Making...

Kayco, Kosher.com Offer Delicious Update on Rosh Hashanah Menu

  The folks at Kayco and Kosher.com are longtime fans of healthy, multicultural meals that are as easy to make as they are delicious. When the High Holidays approach, we’re...

Flegmann: Taste of History, Not Just a Glass of Wine

  By Suri Flegmann The Flegmann family was in the wine-making business for generations in a small town called Mad (pronounced Maad) in the Tokay region of Hungary. Our father, Tibor...
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Judgment Day: Yom Kippur Arrives With COVID-19 Cases on the Rise

BY SHIRA HANAU AND PHILISSA CRAMER (JTA) – In synagogues and in their parking lots, in backyard tent services and on Zoom, Jews around the world will spend...

Cuomo: 10 ZIP Codes Account for 25% of New COVID Infections

Gov. Andrew Cuomo raised alarm Monday about the emergence of a handful of coronavirus hot spots in New York, saying just 10 ZIP codes represented...

Simcha Is Essential. Drink Wine.

By Gabriel Geller Royal Wine/Kedem For many, if not most of us (all of us quite frankly), Shabbos and yom tov are not only great mitzvos;...

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