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heart to table
In the Sephardic world of flavor, cinnamon is a prominent and essential spice
Leah Hamaoui
heart to table
Lachmagine are mini meat pizzas, and they’re hearty, with a rich flavor combination
Leah Hamaoui
In the Shadow of Corona
“The birth was smooth, the babies are healthy. My mother wasn’t here, but she got me a neis”
Rivka Streicher
In the Shadow of Corona
Being brave can make a person break. Being real gives us the strength to carry on
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By the Letter
I notice suddenly that we’re the only couple in the store without a baby   B etzalel opens the door to our basement apartment just as the oven signals that supper is ready. I grin. My timing is great. I pull the pan of chicken and rice out of the oven, shut off the timer
Mindel Kassorla and Mindel Kassorla and Cindy Landesman
By the Letter
Life is a cycle — and a spiral that pushes us higher
Cindy Landesman and Mindel Kassorla
Off the Eaten Path
Here I’m presenting a combination of my experiences from the Detroit, Michigan, areas — only my favorite parts, of course!
Naomi Nachman
Off the Eaten Path
I spent much of July in France, where I had the opportunity to work for a phenomenal cruise company, Kosher River Cruises
Naomi Nachman
Rocking Horse
I suppose this story is my plea to the world: Don’t let this happen. To anyone. Anywhere. Anytime
Leah Gebber
Rocking Horse
I notice suddenly that we’re the only couple in the store without a baby   B etzalel opens the door to our basement apartment just as the oven signals that supper is ready. I grin. My timing is great. I pull the pan of chicken and rice out of the oven, shut off the timer
Leah Gebber
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