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Fiction
 How many times would I be forced to prove my allegiance?
Chanie Goldenberg
Fiction
Part of her wanted to be angry and ungrateful. But another part of her was ashamed of her childish behavior
Deborah Guttentag
One of the Flock
He had the smallest shofar I had ever seen, but the sound he produced was deafening
Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan
One of the Flock
Which members of the flock still shape your Rosh Hashanah?
Mishpacha Contributors
From My Table
I think this was the first “dessert” I ever made as a kid, but the results have always been so mediocre. The reason this method is so much better is because it’s super thin, super crispy, and sweet all over.
Chanie Nayman
From My Table
The topping in this recipe is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside in a way a photo cannot capture! Try it yourself!
Chanie Nayman
2.0 Feature
 Energy developer Ofer Yanai is convinced renewable energy is the light of the future, and he’s got his bank account to prove it
Chananel Shapira
2.0 Feature
Global entrepreneurs unite for a tech competition on an ancient island
Binyamin Rose
Life Lab
Decision making is exhausting. What if I get other people to make them for me?
Esther Kurtz
Life Lab
Could I adopt my husband’s habits for a week — and survive?
Esther Kurtz
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I almost always have a large container of low-fat vanilla Greek yogurt available for a healthy snack option.

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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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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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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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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.

By FamilyTable Contributors