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Here’s another cake recipe, this one a nice bright moist lemon cake. I like cakes that don’t require frosting because they’re tasty enough on their own, though this is more like a…

Here's another cake recipe, this one a nice bright moist lemon cake. I like cakes that don't require frosting because they're tasty enough on their own, though this is more like a pound cake anyway.

Individual Moroccan Pizzas - Joy of Kosher

Individual Moroccan Pizzas

Individual Moroccan Pizzas - Joy of Kosher

Celebrate life, community, and autumn's bounty with this menu for a globally-inspired Sukkot feast.

Menu: A Sukkot-Inspired Harvest Feast

Just as all are welcome at the sukkah table, you don't have to be Jewish to enjoy a celebration of life, community, and autumn's bounty with this menu for a globally-inspired Sukkot feast.

Beverly Bedol's Kreplach Recipe.  Unlike other holidays, Sukkot has no traditional dishes—other than kreplach, traditionally eaten on Hoshanah Rabbah, the seventh day of Sukkot. Instead, we enjoy a variety of traditional foods—challah, fish, salads, chicken, meat and more. And all of the foods we eat have a special flavor due to the fact that we are eating them outside, in the sukkah.

Beverly Bedol's Kreplach

When members of the Park Synagogue Sisterhood in Cleveland Heights and Pepper Pike were asked to share holiday recipes for a feature story in advance of Rosh Hashanah, Sisterhood member Beverly Bedol sent along this fine recipe for kreplach.

Stuffed Pumpkin - My Jewish Learning

Savory Stuffed Pumpkins - Recipes for Healthy Living by the American Diabetes Association®

We're doing this this year!!

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Getting Ready for Sukkot with Kim Kushner's Menu

A Menu That Is Easily Brought Outside For Sukkot

Make ahead foods that work well out doors is what this easy menu by Kim Kushner is all about.

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