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My Rosh Hashanah List for 2014

Rosh Hashana meal and entertaining ideas for 2014. List made with Listly.

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Brisket + High Holidays = Classic Match

Rosh Hashana begins at sundown two weeks today. Are you planning your high holiday menus yet? Order a brisket from us!

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Seder Plate

Passover links for 2014

Passover 2014 link roundup, mostly recipes, with some background about the “forbidden” foods.

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shoresh food conference

Early bird tickets for Shoresh Food Conference 2014 on sale now

Feed Your Curiosity at the 3rd annual Shoresh Food Conference I know it’s still 2013 but the 3rd Annual Shoresh Food Conference is two months away. Feed Your Curiosity at the 3rd annual Shoresh Food Conference where local rabbis, farmers, nutritionists, chefs, vegans, omnivores, activists, students and teachers gather for a full-day conference to explore the dynamic […]

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Oh Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah…

Hanukkah link roundup – the latest in my “kugel and kishka” blog post category that I think is clever and underused.

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matzah ball soup

Beyond Bubbie: The stories they told

A number of storytellers talk about how their grandmothers, nonnas, omas, yayas, abuelas, etc. have influenced their cooking.

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beyond bubbie Toronto

Who’s Your Bubbie?

Food, family, and the stories that link them together

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matzoh iphone

Passover time! Link round up

I’m trying this Scoop.It style, which means that anyone can add to it. Visit for even more stories. If you celebrate it, chag samayach. Hope you have a meaningful week.

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Shoresh Food Conference

A food conference happens in Toronto

It’s nearly time for the 2nd Shoresh Food Conference! Shoresh Jewish Environmental Programs and the Miles Nadal JCC present the 2nd annual Shoresh Food Conference. Join local rabbis, farmers, foodies, activists, entrepreneurs, students and teachers for a full-day conference as we broadly and deeply explore the intersections between Jewish tradition and contemporary food issues. The […]

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Rosh Hashana greetings

It’s Rosh Hashana time! That’s right, the Jewish New Year. Rosh Hashanah begins in the evening of Sunday, September 16, 2012, and ends in the evening of Tuesday, September 18, 2012. This year I’ll be Jewing it up with my friends at Makom in services that we’ve coordinated at Hart House (tickets still available!). As […]

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