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It is hard to think of something more fitting to serve for Mother’s Day than babka. Named after the bubbes who baked them in Eastern Europe (babka translates to “grandmother’s loaf”), the brioche-tender, bread-cake hybrid, which comes swirled with chocolate or cinnamon, is the edible equivalent of maternal affection.
Ful Medames (Egyptian Beans and Eggs) is one of the many Jewish morning meals worth celebrating.
Experimental performance artist and musician Laurie Anderson hosted the second Seder at Russ & Daughters Cafe last weekend. Photograph courtesy of Russ & Daughers