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Emergency Salad

Recipe by Laura Kumin

Emergency Salad

From Washington Women’s Cook Book, published by the Washington Equal Suffrage Association: The name Emergency Salad may not be in common use today, but it was a well-accepted term in the early 2oth century. One popular version, found in Good Housekeeping magazine in the summer of 1908, a community cookbook published in Macon, Georgia the

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Vegetarian Posole

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Vegetarian Posole

A traditional soup from Mexico, posole is typically made with pork, hominy and chiles. This vegetarian version swaps in hearty beans for meat but isn’t lacking in any flavor. Pile your bowl high with toppings like shredded cabbage, cilantro, lime, avocado and crispy tortilla chips.

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Matcha Mochi Cake

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Matcha Mochi Cake

Have your tea for dessert with this Matcha Mochi Cake. Made with glutinous sweet rice flour, this naturally gluten-free cake is full of surprises. It’s chewy, crunchy, gooey, and most importantly, oishii (delicious in Japanese)!

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Limonana Pops

Recipe by Ruthie Edelstein

<em>Limonana</em> Pops

One of my go-to summer cafe drinks is limonana, a Hebrew portmanteau of the words limon (lemon) and nana (mint) that sounds like limonada (lemonade). Limonana is generally a slushy type drink made with those two ingredients, plus a good amount of sugar. If I want something alcoholic, I’ll opt for a limonarak, lemonade mixed

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Many Bean Soup

Recipe by Emily Landsman

Many Bean Soup

This is a great way to clear out some of those staples we all keep in the pantry, like dry beans, canned veggies and stock. You can easily adapt this recipe to your tastes, including leaving the meat out altogether if desired.

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Roasted Rainbow Veggie Kebabs

Recipe by Jessica Grosman

Roasted Rainbow Veggie Kebabs

Everyone loves to eat a snack on a stick, especially when there’s also a dip. For the big game, elevate the ubiquitous raw veggies and hummus with this simple, make-ahead healthful snack that everyone will enjoy eating. Even better: Get kids involved in assembling the kebabs!

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Curried Spaghetti Squash Latkes

Recipe by Jessica Grosman

Curried Spaghetti Squash Latkes

There are millions of latke recipes for Chanukah, each with its own flavor twists. I like to include spices to make my recipes unique. The addition of curry powder and turmeric powder lends a gentle spiciness to these latkes. Spaghetti squash takes the place of traditional white potatoes, giving these latkes a beautiful golden hue

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Black Pepper Honey Fried Carrots

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Black Pepper Honey Fried Carrots

The miracle of Chanukah is alive in the air fryer, where a magical tiny amount of oil turns any vegetable or latke into a crispy fried treat. These carrots are sweet, spicy and the perfect crisp side to eight days of air-fried latkes.

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Sutlatch (Cream of Rice Pudding)

Recipe by Susan Barocas

<em>Sutlatch</em> (Cream of Rice Pudding)

A creamy, delicate pudding, sutlatch—in Turkish sütlaҫ or mahallebi—is traditionally served to break the fast after Yom Kippur and for Shabbat morning breakfast, although it is a beloved treat any time. The pudding is prepared with milk or, more authentically, with pipitada, a drink made by steeping dried and ground cantaloupe seeds in water for

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