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The Monday morning cooking clubOn a Monday morning about eight years ago, a group of Jewish women from Sydney, Australia, got together to talk about food and share recipes. The...read more...
Fish – fast and fabulousWe all know that we should be eating more fish. It’s a lean protein, full of heart- and brain-healthy omega 3s and easy to digest. Also on the...read more...
Kosher caterer chooses local products where possibleMoshe Oziel, founder and president of Clearwater Catering Inc., said one of the things that separates his company from other kosher options in the...read more...
Pan-Asian fusionPan-Asian fusion has established itself in Canada and is becoming increasingly trendy. Its popularity here is an indication that cultural boundaries...read more...
N.C. boarding school cafeteria gets ethical-kosher sealNEW YORK  — A Jewish high school cafeteria in North Carolina became the first pre-collegiate institution to obtain an Orthodox social...read more...
Add sparkle to your Tu b’Shvat sederWinter fruit might seem less spectacular than the much more valued offerings of summer, but oranges and pears in particular, while quiet and common,...read more...
Girl Guide cookies now certified kosherTORONTO — For the first time, Girl Guides of Canada’s cookies will be certified kosher, thanks to a shomer Shabbat unit that pushed the...read more...
Try something differentDo something different. Enjoy a dinner of just appetizers once in a while. Try these Sesame Chicken Strips, some Potato Skins, Baked Salami or...read more...
Kids can cook, tooChildren can begin helping in the kitchen at the age of five or six, starting with simple things like stirring and mashing. They can go on to work...read more...
Chicken dishes are easy and creativeMost everyone likes chicken. It’s economical, readily available and is the go-to food when you don’t know what else to make. You can...read more...

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