Holidays

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Etrog Bundt Cake

Now you can have your etrog and eat it too! Enjoy this bundt cake using the juice and zest from the citrus fruit. Ingredients Cooking spray 1 etrog 1 lime ½ lemon 2¾ cups cake flour 3 teaspoon baking powder ¼ teaspoon kosher salt ¾ cup vegan butter 1½ cups sugar 3 eggs 1 cup…

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Precook for Break-the-Fast

PHOTO: this crust-less quiche with asparagus and feta can be prepared in advance, chilled and served later with little or no reheating involved for the break-the-fast after Yom Kippur. The holiday of Yom Kippur is one of reflection, repentance, and prayer, all of which takes place while fasting. At the end of the holiday, Jews traditionally share a…

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Rosh Hashanah Feast

Photo: Brisket photo by Daniel Lailah; Food styling by Amit Farber. Originally appeared in Mishpacha Magazine Family Table and Kosher.com. BRISKET Originally appeared in Mishpacha Magazine Family Table and Kosher.com By Brynie Greisman For years I’ve been dreaming about how to mimic the flavor and texture of meat they serve at simchas. I had my…

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Finding a path to forgiveness

On a chilly day in February over a decade ago, I drove my mother to the hospital to visit her only sister, Emily. My mother was anxious about seeing her. Not just because of her condition, which bordered on terminal, but because of their relationship, defined by years of unspoken hurt and unfinished conversations. We…

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Mitzvah Challenge 5777

We invited our readers to share their plans for renewing their spiritual commitment by taking on new mitzvot for the new year. Responses ranged from concrete measures to more esoteric commandments, and one that was even a little tongue-in-cheek. All represent steps along the path to a meaningful year ahead. We’d like to thank everyone…

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NowGen offers High Holiday tickets

The Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix NowGen launched NowGen Congregation Connection. Formerly known as Cool Shul, this program provides free and/or low-cost access to High Holiday tickets at a variety of congregations throughout the Valley. Participating congregations have provided a limited supply of complimentary and/or $36 tickets to allow young adults to attend Rosh Hashannah and…

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A spiritual check-up

A free translation from the work of Rabbi Lior Engelman As part of the spiritual accounting that characterizes the period of the High Holidays, we are invited to survey ourselves and ask honestly: In relation to last year, has our spiritual condition improved or worsened; were the hopes that we expressed during last year’s High…

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Passover Recipes

When we think of Passover, we think of food. Yes, of course there’s more to the holiday than just matzah. But everything we do to prepare for the seder and plan for a week without chametz (bread and other leavened foods) brings us back to old favorite dishes and new adaptations. We asked our readers…

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