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CHICAGO (JTA) — The platter, served during Passover, contained a green, a bitter herb, an egg and matzah. But it was no seder plate.
It’s about halfway through Hanukkah, and your initial excitement about latkes has worn off. But if your enthusiasm for arteriosclerosis has yet to be sated, there’s still a second stage to savor: the pleasures of sufganiyot.
Unlike latkes, which are always better homemade, one of the greatest of these pleasures is that you can buy sufganiyot from a bakery without feeling guilty about sacrificing taste for convenience.
In every Torah portion, there’s an alcoholic drink just waiting to be discovered.
Hey, why the long “E”? Because the name of the restaurant is Ema — as in “mother” — and it’s finally open in Chicago’s River North neighborhood.