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Judith Rontal

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About the Author

Judith RontalJudith Rontal hails from wintry Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she grew up in a family that always managed to eat dinner together. She’s continued that connection between food, family and culture in her blog, Aluminum Foiled Kitchen, and in her daily life in DC. When not in the kitchen working on a new recipe, you can find Judith sweating it out at yoga or on the Rock Creek Park trails. Follow her food adventures on Twitter and Instagram.

Summer Lovin’

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Summer Lovin’

Recipe contributed by Sip City. Summer’s almost here, and with it comes outdoor gatherings and celebrations. Beat the heat with this refreshing cocktail full of fresh fruit, herbs and Sip City’s The District switchel. This vinegar-and-ginger-based drink is full of all-natural ingredients and adds a new twist to this exciting cocktail.

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Grilled Chicken Tikka Kebabs

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Grilled Chicken Tikka Kebabs

Grilling season is upon us! Light up your guests’ taste buds and your grill with these flavorful chicken kebabs. The dairy-free yogurt marinade tenderizes the meat, keeping it moist and flavorful instead of dry and forgettable. Kebabs are an easy way to cook meat and can be customized to add whatever vegetables you want to

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Whole Lemon Bar

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Whole Lemon Bar

When life gives you lemons…make lemon bars! These lemon bars require no juicing; just put the whole lemon in and don’t forget the sugar. They’re perfect for a party or any other time you’re looking for that bright lift that only citrus can give.

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Almond Flour Bread

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Almond Flour Bread

Bake up a loaf of this grain-free almond flour bread to keep your toast cravings in check during the eight days of Passover or to treat gluten-free family members and guests all year round. With a base that can be modified for both the sweet and savory palate, this bread is great for all times

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Matzah Crack(ers)

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Matzah Crack(ers)

After the first two Passover seders, matzah is the last thing you want to see in your kitchen, but it’s all you have to eat for six more days! Turn the boring, bland cracker into something so good you’ll have to run out and buy a second box. The magic trio of butter, sugar and

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