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Elisheva Frankel
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Elisheva Frankel
bite the budget
Elisheva Frankel
To Be Honest
Let’s start with the most basic question: Does the age of a therapist really matter?
Sarah Rivkah Kohn
To Be Honest
Is vulnerability a virtue — or a means to manipulate a fan base?
Sima Schon
What I’m Holding On To
“Just toss it!” is the rallying cry of these weeks. But some items we simply can’t bring ourselves to discard. 9 writers share
Faigy Peritzman
What I’m Holding On To
“Just toss it!” is the rallying cry of these weeks. But some items we simply can’t bring ourselves to discard. 9 writers share
Cindy Scarr
Guests of Honor
Is it true that love is blind? Doesn’t it hurt her anew every time she thinks of how her son rejected the world she chose?
Rachel Newton
Guests of Honor
Do we ever fully appreciate the immigrant experience of so many who have come before us?
Sarah Moses Spero
Shul of My Youth
Rabbi Paysach Krohn remembers the shul of his youth
Baila Rosenbaum
Shul of My Youth
For some reason my father chose to become a member at Dukes Place, and that was our shul
Riki Goldstein
Big Questions
It’s really important to work hard, and part of that is to invest in yourself.
Sabrina Brick
Big Questions
A few things employers can do to help create a more meaningful — and profitable — workplace:
Avraham Markovich 
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FISH IS SOMETHING  you either like or really don’t. Or perhaps you’re the type who eats tuna but prefers not to know where it came from. (A can, right? Just like milk comes from a bottle….) Fish can be a great budget option for a weeknight dinner. With simple recipes, you can make a delicious

By Elisheva Frankel

bite the budget

MY SHANAH RISHONAH  memories include chicken fights every Thursday. The prepackaged carcasses I bought to put in my soup were always stuck together. (Why did I never think of defrosting them?) The thighs were too boney, the skin kept falling off…but I kept at it. I hacked and sawed at those poor chicks every week

By Elisheva Frankel

bite the budget

From Chicken Soup to Chicken Dinner Cooking on a budget can be tricky. Is nourishing our families with healthy, filling meals and saving money at the same time a realistic goal? At the end of the day, we all want supper on the table. We want our families to eat, and we want the food

By Elisheva Frankel