Hubby Is Hungry

Although hubby enjoys all my recipes tremendously, there is still something about hot poppers that attracts men – like women and shopping.

Kosher Yoga

In a pinewood paneled roof studio in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel, Avraham and Rachel Kolberg, Breslover chassidim, teach yoga classes to groups of men and women. Purple and blue exercise mats are neatly folded on wooden shelves. Purple foam blocks, weights of up to twenty kilos and ropes as thick as a man’s wrist are all stacked neatly along the sides of the studio. Plenty of light floods the room from large windows that face the Judean Hills. The sense of peace in this studio comes from more than just the pleasant surroundings.

Talking With Your Mouth Full

Welcome once again to “You’re Asking Me?” – the column that answers all kinds of questions, depending on how loosely you define the word “answer.” Whereas other so-called advice columns are interested in providing you with well-researched advice, my concern is more to get you to stop asking me questions, by whatever means necessary.

Living With Celiac

Eating a gluten-free diet is so much easier today than it was even five years ago.

Gefilte Fish Gone Hip at The Gefilteria

Artisan gefilte fish. For some, the phrase seems like an oxymoron. While salmon, chilean sea bass and tilapia may all be in vogue, gefilte fish, the traditional ground fish mixture that is de rigueur in Ashkenazic Jewish households at Shabbos and Yom Tov meals, is like the Henny Youngman of fish: it gets no respect.

Winter Soup with Homemade Croutons

The amazing thing about a pureed soup is that it is pretty hard to mess up.

Fit & Trim

If you normally drink zero cups a day, don’t flood your body with sudden large amounts of water.

Tales of An Overtime Cook: Miriam Pascal

Welcome to Food Talk, a new feature that will highlight food bloggers, those enterprising souls who always seem to come up with something new, creative and most importantly, delicious. If you are anything like me, many of the recipes you make are the ones that magically show up in your inbox one morning and if you get lucky, these new dishes fast become family favorites.

You Are Your Child’s Best Advocate

When you have a child with special needs, whether it be medical or developmental, you are very familiar with signing those lengthy privacy practice information sheets. At some point we don't even bother reading them because we know that once you have a child with special needs, nothing is ever private. Every professional has an opinion. Still, the ultimate decision is up to you.

Smack It! Crack It! Turkish Taffy’s Back!

Approximately 15 years ago Ken Wiesen, the man responsible for resurrecting Turkish Taffy, was reminiscing with a friend about their childhood favorites and he was confident that while Bonomo's signature product could not be found in the New York area, it had to be available somewhere. Wiesen headed for an Internet caf? and was shocked to discover that the candy was still the subject of Internet chatter - from people who were lamenting its loss, to others who were looking to locate the sugary treasure, plus people who were drawing up petitions to bring back Turkish Taffy.

Internal Selfies

Since when do magnets make noise?

Friends Field Park, Brooklyn

Question: Do you miss the old "Borscht Belt" Jewish Catskills?

Tzimmes As A Main Dish

I decided to twist things up a bit and turn tzimmes into a satisfying main dish.

Games Galore: Babies, Toddlers and Pre-School

There are so many toys available for newborn to age 5, but how do you choose?

The Ultimate Title Match

Pesach is the time of redemption and salvation, which can often come from the most unexpected sources. Such is the story of a boxing title fight in Yankee Stadium that launched a young boy from Russia on a journey to discover his Jewish heritage in Israel.

Salt Of The Earth

With all of those different salts, the question remains – do any of them actually taste any different?

Fall Cookbook Roundup

In a world where it seems as if some cookbook authors deliberately go looking for obscure ingredients that none of us own, Mia Adler Ozair’s Cook, Pray, Eat Kosher is a breath of fresh air.

The Wizard Of Wigs

While working with several brand names in the past, I got to learn different techniques. I was able to see the wig industry from inside out.

Ride To Forever

The taxi driver was old and rather shriveled, with a crop of white hair fringing his head. Ah, I recognize this one, I thought with relief, hurrying to open the door. If I recall correctly, he knows Lakewood. You would think that a taxi driver, being that his/her job is, well, driving, and being that the town they are driving in is, well, Lakewood…

Recollections Of Rabbi Dr. Aaron Levine

Rabbi Dr. Aaron Levine, z"l, passed away on the first day of Pesach, one day before his 65th birthday. He was an erudite scholar who had received semicha from the Rabbi Jacob Joseph Theological Seminary and a PhD in economics from New York University. He was equally at home in the world of Torah and in the secular world, and thus a unique combination of Torah and chochmah, something that is increasingly rare today. Furthermore, this intellectual prowess was clothed in a mantel of extreme humility.

Fun-Sized Answers

Sometimes people ask me questions that have been circulating for a while. That doesn’t mean I don’t have answers, though.

Listen To The Flames: As Told To Rayzel Reich By Her Grandmother, Mrs....

Miss Ida is our beloved teacher. Her brown hair is piled softly on her head. Her dress is of course old and worn, and she must...

Tishrei – Principle #2: Honor Your Hunger

Like our heartbeat, hunger is primal and G-d-given; it is essential to our survival.

Feelings At War

So many families are mourning, and all along we mourned with them.

Things You Pet

On the other hand, you can forget to feed your fish and they won’t say anything, like they’re awkward little house guests

Skin Care

I’ve seen beautifully packaged luxury skincare filled with irritating ingredients – they remain top sellers because often people just don’t know better.

Purim Shmurim

Because we’re all watching our weight, And eating with our brains, We figured that this year we’d give out Veggies and whole grains.

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