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Posts Tagged ‘kosher food’

A dinner table set for the traditional Rosh Hashanah meal. Photo by Mendy Hachtman/Flash90. High Holiday meal

Rosh Hashanah Fuss-Free Festive Meal For The Modern Host

BY ETHEL G. HOFMAN at JNS While everyone wants a traditional High Holiday meal, no one wants to spend a week shopping, chopping, boiling, baking and freezing dish after dish. It started with a chance remark after a Shabbat dinner. “What a feast! You must have cooked for hours!” I didn’t answer immediately. Working in my…

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Bob and Nancy Heinrich of Royal Oak; Andy and Helaine Zack, and Nancy and Brent Triest, of Huntington Woods.

Pop-Up Gourmet

JSL’s Marvin’s Bistro hosts delicious evening. Gourmet dining for a cause. That was the thinking behind Friends of Jewish Senior Life’s decision to host pop-up dinners. The first on Aug. 2 was held at Marvin’s Bistro, an eatery inside the Edward I. & Freda Fleischman Residence in West Bloomfield. “What helped to make this dinner…

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Participants last year at the Michigan Jewish Food Festival

Food, Glorious Food

The third annual Michigan Jewish Food Festival gears up to be the best yet. Everybody eats. Food is the common denominator that brings people together — from the dinner table to restaurants and occasionally to food festivals. People gather wherever good food is to be found. There will likely be good food in abundance at…

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Wok In Cari Out

A new take on (kosher) Chinese cuisine. When Cari Herskovitz Rosenbloom announced the soft opening for Wok In Cari Out on Memorial Day, she was stunned by the number of people who lined up to try her latest creation. “They came in hard and they came in fast,” she says. “We had to figure this…

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Leslie Rott. “The Plant-Based Solution” Joel Kahn vegetarian life. vegetarian food. cooking.

Book Chat – “The Plant-Based Solution”

“The Plant Based Solution” by Joel Kahn I have been a vegetarian for about 15 years. At almost 33, that sounds crazy, but it’s true. I gave up meat because I simply didn’t enjoy it anymore, and I was trying to focus on a healthier lifestyle. More recently, as my lupus and rheumatoid arthritis have…

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Detroit Riverfront for Israel@70

Israel@70 At River Days

[similar id=45408 type=all] Community celebration to be held on the Downtown riverfront. When Israel@70 meets River Days on Wednesday, June 20, a sea of blue-and-white flags will wave along the riverfront where thousands of Jewish Detroiters will gather for a good time and to celebrate a birthday to remember. Marking the 70th year of Israel’s…

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GreenSpace & Go bowls

Better Than Fast Food – GreenSpace & Go

GreenSpace & Go offers a healthier alternative. Local cardiologist and vegan restaurateur Dr. Joel Kahn is all about making healthy food accessible. His first restaurant, GreenSpace Café in Ferndale, along with the popular GreenSpace Jungle Truck, were catalysts for his latest development, GreenSpace & Go. Located along Woodward Avenue, just south of 14 Mile, GreenSpace…

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stock image of pasta, tomatoes, basil, a wooden spoon and twoel for Rachel Hyam's new kosher cooking kitschy kosher cooking blog

Meet Rachel Hyams – Kitschy Kosher

Rachel Hyams is the Jewish News‘ new “kitschy kosher” writer. Hello! My name is Rachel Hyams, and I’m currently a sophomore at Michigan State University studying advertising. I recently switched to advertising from broadcasting, but hey, what 20-year-old really knows the exact path they want to take when they get older anyway? My interests I’m extremely…

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