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Barbara Bensoussan
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Riki Goldstein
2020 Election Special
Joe Biden has now confounded his doubters, making history as the oldest elected president with the first female Vice President
Binyamin Rose
2020 Election Special
The new cadre of journalists was a little less focused on accuracy and a little more into likes and retweets
Yisroel Besser
Why Is This Pesach Different?
“We’re used to huge numbers of deliveries for Pesach; we were prepared for that. We have extra vans. Delivery is not the issue. The issue is getting all those orders together."
Margie Pensak
Why Is This Pesach Different?
Do you have what it takes to say thank you Hashem when things aren’t going the way you hoped they would?
Yisroel Besser
Kichels
What do you consider the most practical part of your own education? Halachah? Math? Language arts? How about the art of cooking and baking? British-born great-grandmother Mrs. Ruth Steinberg has taught the ever popular and practical cookery class in Bnos Yisroel school of Manchester for enough years to teach plenty of mothers and daughters. Most
Bracha Stein and Chani Judowitz
Kichels
“What can I kichel here today?”
Bracha Stein and Chani Judowitz
FYI
For some of us, having a parent from a foreign country means that his English is choppy and broken
Shoshana Itzkowitz
FYI
Everyone has different personalities and middos, but there is a general stereotype about middle children
Shoshana Itzkowitz
Seven Spheres
Clear out your ego and make room for His Kingship
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz
Seven Spheres
To be personable, you need to develop your personality
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz
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Is it hard to part with the once-loved, nonkosher delicacies of the past? A few intrepid baalei teshuvah share their experiences.

By Barbara Bensoussan

Kitchen Encounters

British-born great-grandmother Mrs. Ruth Steinberg has taught the ever popular and practical cookery class in Bnos Yisroel school of Manchester for enough years to teach plenty of mothers and daughters.

By Riki Goldstein