Posts Tagged ‘Food’

Micromanaging Your Child’s Diet: Helpful or Hurtful?

By Stacy Goldberg Micromanaging children’s lives has become a widespread issue in the last 15 years. “Helicopter parenting” (HP) describes a hovering, overarching guard over a child well into his adult life. Other terms, such as the “Bubble Wrap Generation,” explain the result of extra precautions and limits put on children by their parents and…

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Annabel Cohen’s Recipes: Casual Fare for the Super Bowl

The big day is nearly here. Next Sunday, Feb. 3, Americans (and the world) will indulge in watching Super Bowl LIII. When the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams kick-off, hundreds of millions will tune in to the battle that determines which team is best. Of course, we can’t watch the game on…

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Immigrant Success Story

There is a special place in the hearts of many in reading “Coming-to-America” success stories … So many who have warm sentimental feelings for the people who arrive and achieve coveted success. Sunny Palaj was only 15 years old when coming here from Montenegro, near Italy … and working as a busboy in New York…

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Wine & Dine

Fundraiser to benefit multiple myeloma research. When Sidney Moss was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2009, the medical outlook was not very good. Treatments were limited at that time for this incurable blood cancer that affects plasma cells. But he underwent a stem cell transplant, followed by drug treatment, that has kept him in remission…

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Reboot Creative Director Francine Hermelin Levite speaks with people at Detroit’s Jewish Food Festival.

Reboot!

Check out 10Q to stay reflective this holiday. When the sun sets on Rosh Hashanah, many of us will have spent one or two days in reflective prayer and contemplation of the year to come. Traditionally, Jews are expected to spend the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur — the Ten Days of Awe…

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Windsor Hummus Festival 2018

United By Food

A new festival this fall, formed by a partnership among three local organizations, will celebrate Windsor’s rich cultural diversity and its sense of unity, according to its organizers. “This is really all about how food brings people together,” Jay Katz, executive director of the Windsor Jewish Community Centre said of Hummus Festival 2018. “We want to…

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Weekly Torah Portion – The Blessings In Life

Parshat KiTavo: Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8; Isaiah 60-1-22. A friend of mine recently moved to Flatbush. He’s doing comedy in the city, but Manhattan apartment prices have pushed him deep into Brooklyn, so now he’s surrounded by yeshivahs and delis rather than upscale boutiques and … well, I guess still delis. He grew up in a secular…

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Pomegranate, apple and honey, traditional food of jewish New Year celebration, Rosh Hashana. Selective focus. Copyspace background. Rosh Hashanah holiday food

A Sweet New Year

As always, Rosh Hashanah is all about “sweet.” More than any holiday, this is when we eat good food and drink sweet wine. We remember that holiday food not only celebrates the New Year, but is symbolic of our hopes for the coming year and is a wish to remove all destructive behavior from our…

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I Love Juice Bar juice

I Love Juice Bar…

I really do! It is rather refreshing when you walk into a restaurant to know that you can’t go wrong with anything you order. I Love Juice Bar in Troy is just that place. Healthy decision-making comes easy and with loads of options. Beyond the cold-pressed juice that is made daily in-house, the shop offers…

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