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Food & Justice

Teach Them to Fish:
Training Refugees

Teach Them to Fish

Founded by a Potomac-raised CESJDS graduate, Emma’s Torch is arming refugees with culinary training and English skills and preparing them for the culinary workforce. The organization recently opened a café in Brooklyn.

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Everyday Eats

Pick a Peck, and
Get Pickling!

Pick a Peck, and Get Pickling!

Cucumbers are at their freshest and crunchiest right now—in other words, it’s the perfect time to pick up a bunch and get to work on sour, crunchy homemade dill pickles.

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Recipe of the Week

These are fabulous. It takes time to stuff the brownie inside the

How Sweet It Is Everyday Eats

How Sweet It Is

New award-winning cookbooks from Yotam Ottolenghi, Stella Parks and David Lebovitz focus entirely on our favorite part of the meal: dessert. Pull out the sugar and get cooking…err, baking.

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Vegetables Can Be Fancy, Too Around Town

Vegetables Can Be Fancy, Too

The artfully plated dishes at Fancy Radish can’t possibly be vegan—or can they? Yes, everything—including the rutabaga fondue!—at the new DC spot from award-winning Philly restaurateurs is plant based.

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Let’s Get Lit! It’s Grilling Season Everyday Eats

Let’s Get Lit! It’s Grilling Season

Between Yom Ha’atzmaut, Lag b’Omer, Memorial Day and July 4th, a lot of grilling awaits us, and with the season being so short, Judith definitely plans on taking advantage of it.

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Slowing Down for Summer Everyday Eats

Slowing Down for Summer

The last few weeks of school feel like a race to the finish line—and with so many emotions! Tanya is looking forward to resting—and making popsicles—with her children.

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