Food

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Custom cookbooks unite families around their culinary heritage

PHOTO: A page from a custom family cookbook, above, created by photographer Sarah Arnoff Yeoman shows a family cooking matzo brei together. Sarah recently photographed her own family cooking traditional recipes together including, at right, her father, Richard Arnoff, making the family-favorite matzo brei.   After the death of her grandmother and great-grandmother, photographer Sarah…

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Sensational Salads Enhance Plant-Forward Nutrition

By Family Features Adding more fruits and vegetables is one of the simplest ways to make at-home meals healthier for your family. Focusing your plate on more of the good stuff – vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts, plant-based proteins, lean animal proteins and fish – can help you cut back on the not-so-good stuff,…

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Sweet, Refreshing Summer Snacks

There’s no time like a hot summer picnic to let your patriotic spirit show. These all-American snacks featuring a classic favorite fruit – watermelon – are the perfect solution for nearly any summertime celebration. Watermelon is a patriotic picnic staple for countless reasons, not the least of which is that it’s a beloved treat that…

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Healthy Eating

As women we undergo changes throughout our lives that require moderation in how and what we choose to eat. While weight management and overall health remain ideal goals, diet and nutrition during the childbearing years differs greatly from the needs of women approaching menopause and beyond. With that in mind, I believe food should remain…

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Anthony Bourdain and the magic of Majda

PHOTO: Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown-Israel with Yotam Ottolenghi, Michal Baranes and Yakub Barhum, proprietors of the Majda restaurant in Ein Rafa. Yakub is Muslim and Michal is Jewish. On Sept. 15, 2013, the season two premiere of “Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown,” on CNN featured the late host, Anthony Bourdain and his crew making their first…

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Tel Aviv’s Asian and African migrant hub

PHOTO: Ya’akov and Yasmin in the Sahavrin kitchen. Photo by Naama Barak    In a rundown area of Tel Aviv, Chinese, Philippine and even Sudanese treats are just waiting to be discovered By Naama Barak   A walk through the Neve Sha’anan area in Tel Aviv transports you to a different world, or rather, worlds….

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