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Sherry Schweitzer

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Sherry SchweitzerSherry W. Schweitzer will soon be retiring from her position as editor-in-chief of The Teachers Edition, a weekly online newsletter for educators from the U.S. Department of Education. She has written freelance articles for several newspapers, including a food memoir about her grandparents' delicatessen, Weinstein's, for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. She is an occasional blogger for her own food blog.

Pulled Apple Strudel

Recipe by Sherry Schweitzer

Pulled Apple Strudel

On a rainy Tuesday, I set out to create the dough of my mother’s tales. She often bragged that my grandmother, Esther Weinstein, a Russian immigrant all of five feet tall and the owner of the Pittsburgh delicatessen that bore her name, made strudel dough for the restaurant on her dining room table, where she

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Pass-Me-More Passover Granola

Recipe by Sherry Schweitzer

Pass-Me-More Passover Granola

Reflecting on the kind of nibbles we ate on a regular basis and hoping for a post-Passover kitchen without another leftover box of matzah, I discovered that I could make a really good granola snack from crumbled matzah or farfel (truthfully, pieces of matzah resembling dog kibble). At first, I made a few “only fair” attempts,

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