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You Can’t Beat Creamy Duck Confit Mashed Potatoes

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This side dish is perfect for Thanksgiving or whenever you are looking for a dressed-up version of mashed potatoes for your meal. I like to serve these with herb-roasted chicken, braised barbecue brisket or a jam-glazed turkey for Thanksgiving. I love the creaminess and the bite that you get from the Tofutti cream cheese...

My Mother-in-Law’s Stuffing Recipe

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This recipe may seem simple, but it’s actually the world’s best. Don’t take my word for it. Try it yourself.

Ingredients:

1 large box Corn Flakes; 1 large box Rice Crispies; 1 1/2 cups of farina; 1 1/2 large onions, cut up; 3 carrots, grated; water; ½ cup oil; 1 tbsp salt

Procedure:

 

Saute onion in oil until very well done. Pulverize Rice Krispies and Corn Flakes in food processor. Place in bowl. Add to combined Rice Krispies/Corn Flakes concoction the farina, carrots, onions, salt and enough water to hold it together. Do not worry about using too much water. Mix well. Placed stuffing in turkey and put the leftover stuffing into a separate pan, cover and bake in oven for...

Another Day, Another Dinner

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Were any of you feeling like I felt after all the chagim? Thinking you could never let another morsel of food into your mouth? That you would never cook again? That you would never even look at food again??

Well, it’s a funny thing, how the body works exactly. What felt like a full, overfed, perhaps overstuffed body, was now hungry again, and the other people in the house were asking what you were making for dinner. What? If not as soon as havdalah was finished, then by the next day at the very latest. After you wiped your chin off the floor you realized that life goes on. And cooking and eating resume. But, of course, everyone wants something different than what was made on the...

Warm Up With Rosemary Beef Stew

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As the cold weather approaches, our appetites tend toward warm, wintery flavors. A hearty stew for a weeknight or Shabbat dinner, making use of the sweetest of winter root vegetables, can really hit the spot. This stew or goulash is a nourishing and easy “fix-it-and-forget-it” type of recipe, which can be made on your stovetop, in your pressure cooker or, just as easily, in a slow cooker. The combined ingredients in your crockpot, set on low heat, make coming home a joyful, aromatic experience. This recipe takes about 15 minutes of slicing and dicing, and the rest is a breeze as well.

Ingredients:

 2 pounds boneless flanken, brisket, chuck or any other nicely marbled meat, cut...

Cantine Pitigliano Brings Classic Tuscan Wines to Kosher Tables

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Cantine Pitigliano, a winery named for the small town in southern Tuscany in which it is based, has been producing kosher wine and olive oil for 30 years, but the products have never been imported to America until this year. Pitigliano also features a Jewish quarter called “Little Jerusalem” which celebrates the historical presence of a Jewish community going back to 1598. The town was home to a flourishing community, mostly made up by Jews fleeing Rome during the Counter-Reformation persecution. The community restored its synagogue in 1995 for tours, which includes a mikvah, winery and matzo bakery underneath the synagogue building. There are few Jews left in Pitigliano...

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