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Apple Recipes for Rosh Hashanah

  Apple-Filled Star Challah Family and guests will ooh and aah over this beautiful Rosh HaShanah challah, which tastes as good as it looks! GET THE RECIPE       Caramelized Onion and Apple Tarts with Gruyère and Thyme Every holiday celebration needs an easy and elegant appetizer to keep guests satisfied until the main…

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Latke Cups

When your favorite pancake becomes a cup, magical things happen. Recipe by Joanna Saltz for Delish Latke Cups Ingredients: 1 box potato pancake mix, plus ingredients needed on package 1 large potato, shredded and squeezed dry Cooking spray Applesauce and sour cream, for garnish Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a small bowl,…

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Chai on Challah

Although the word challah simply means “loaf” in Hebrew, there is no food more associated with Jewish ritual and tradition than the challah. And based on Instagram photos, the baking craze that has swept the nation during the quarantine shows that home bakers are working on more than sourdough starter. Whether sweet or savory, we…

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Resource Guide 2020-2021: Food

Portland has become a culinary destination, and in recent years the state’s kosher options have expanded too. The rules regarding what foods are proper to eat originate in the Bible. The Israelites were given a long list of forbidden foods, including animals that didn’t both chew their cud and have split hooves, rodents, birds of…

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Manischewitz unveils new look

Photo: Just in time for Passover, Birthday Cake Macaroons! The Manischewitz Company, the largest marketer of kosher foods in North America, has unveiled a fresh new look for its iconic brand. For over 130 years, The Manischewitz Company’s mission has been to bring families to the table and reconnect with tradition through food. The brand’s…

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Tips for a pleasurable Passover

Passover, which begins this year at sundown on March 30, is one of the most widely observed Jewish holidays. Every year families gather around the seder table to celebrate their Jewish heritage and commemorate the freedom of the Jewish people from Egyptian slavery and their Exodus from Egypt more than 3,000 years ago. Often Jewish…

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Resource Guide 2020-2021: Food

  Portland has become a culinary destination, and in recent years the state’s kosher options have expanded too. The rules regarding what foods are proper to eat originate in the Bible. The Israelites were given a long list of forbidden foods, including animals that didn’t both chew their cud and have split hooves, rodents, birds…

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Northwest Nosh: Small Plate Sampler

Summer is the perfect time to linger over a selection of small plates. Portland’s restaurants take advantage of the season’s fresh produce, creating dishes with a variety of tastes and textures. A light meal of small plates stimulates the palate without overwhelming the appetite. Enjoy an evening walk along the waterfront, and then sample some…