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My COVID Hero
We asked you to introduce us to your COVID hero, one of those quiet individuals who moved heaven and earth to lighten your load during this very trying time
Mishpacha Readers
My COVID Hero
As we mark one year since the pandemic changed our lives, we asked you to introduce us to your COVID heroes
T.G.
Medical Mysteries
What was behind my son’s attacks of agonizing pain?
Faigy Peritzman
Medical Mysteries
“I’m not hanging up until you tell me you’ll see a doctor today!” A mother’s intuition isn’t a small thing to ignore
Faigy Peritzman
Split
People expected me to have a holy perspective about our children’s conditions from the beginning
Musia Slavin
Split
At nine days old — an incredibly young age for a child with both a cleft lip and a cleft palate! — they weaned Tali off the feeding tube
Musia Slavin
Tribute
Two special members of our kehillah, Reb Boruch Taub a”h and Reb Binyamin Chafetz a”h, passed on to the Olam HaEmes after a tragic plane accident
Chuni Stern and Rabbi Yitz Frank
Tribute
In tribute to Chacham Shimon Baadani ztz”l
Yossi Elituv
Pesach Prep with the Pros
Almond butter. I use it as a base for dressings, which is the first step to any great salad, among other things. (This recipe was printed in FT a few months ago.) —Brynie Greisman Fresh crushed garlic. I crush it myself and keep it in the fridge/freezer to throw into sauces or dressings. I never
C.B. Gavant
Pesach Prep with the Pros
With the busiest season of the Jewish year upon us, how can we balance all of our responsibilities while still nurturing our homes, our children, our husbands, and our spirituality?
Sara Glaz
More Staff Room
Staff Room

Miriam Pascal is undoubtedly a jewel in the FT crown (and a downright bedazzled crown it is!). In honor of her recent mazel tov, the staff shmoozes about which Miriam Pascal classics enhance their tables time after time   I love her smashed potatoes, a variety of the mousse cups — peanut butter, pretzel, no-bake

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Staff Room

We like to grill on low heat at first, with the top closed, to ensure the meat isn’t raw in the middle. Then I raise the heat, open the top, and broil or grill on high to get that crispy outside sear we all love.

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Put in all silverware face up, but knives in face down, to avoid stabbing yourself! (Has anyone else perfected the “silverware drop” to avoid getting dirty hands?) —Devorah Cohen Try to remember to wash your hands after touching the dishwasher tablets because they’re full of chemicals. Also make sure the blades spin before closing your

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Staff Room

Orly from Traditions on Avenue M in Flatbush says to put some pennies into the water. They help the flowers last longer.

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Staff Room

I always try to have a fresh fruit salad prepared in the fridge for Shabbos or Yom Tov afternoons, when everyone is looking for something to snack on. It’s light and refreshing and definitely a healthier alternative to cakes and cookies.

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Staff Room

FT Staff tips and hacks

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