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C rolls out strands of raw challah dough for braiding

Challah Back Kid

C has been sick for a couple of days, and though he’s feeling much better now — thankfully — we’re still stuck in our house, sitting here writing this blog together. On a stay home day (or days) like this, it can be hard to find ways to entertain, but C knew just the thing.…

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Marc Sussman makes these round, braided raisin challahs and puts ramekins in the middle for honey for Rosh Hashanah.

Nothing Better!

Louis Finkelman Contributing Writer Home-baked challah for Rosh Hashanah — and year-round. Ask Gene Schramm when he started making challah and he replies, unhelpfully, “At least a year ago.” His wife, Dr. Mintzi Schramm, clarifies that he took up challah baking when he retired as a professor of linguistics and Semitics at the University of…

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Miriam Levine’s Rosh Hashanah Apple Challah

Miriam Levine of Huntington Woods modified this recipe from a recipe she received as part of a gifted cookbook from Israeli friends she met while living in Israel for a year as part of the Otzma program for Jewish leadership and service. Before coming back home, her friends created a cookbook with their favorite recipes…

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s'mores BBQ pit

Summer BBQ S’mores

As the weather starts to get hot and summer nights are in full force, one thing comes to my mind during this transition. There is nothing like getting together with close family and friends on a cool summer night after a long day at a beach and having a BBQ reminiscing on good times. And there’s…

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Cinnamon Baked French Toast

Cooking With Kids – Mother’s Day Brunch

Mother’s Day is a day meant for brunch. There are a lot of tasty brunches in Metro Detroit. However, most brunch places don’t take reservations, or you need to plan ahead to make those them. I don’t do so well with planning ahead, and my kids don’t do so well with long waits at restaurants.…

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Jacob Allen hosted a OneTable Friday night dinner.

Detroit Welcomes OneTable

A new way for millennials to make Shabbat dinner a part of their lives. More than the Jewish people have kept Shabbat, Shabbat has kept the Jewish people.” This sentiment, penned by writer and early secular Zionist Ahad Ha’am, in many ways expressed his view that the Jewish people, more than a political state, needed…

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