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A recent email from food-rescue organization City Harvest about kosher-turkey distribution at Thanksgiving revealed a staggering figure: There are more than half a million food-insecure poor or near-poor Jews in New York City.
The following story, posted a year ago today, is as relevant now as it was then.
Whether you choose to make or buy, there are myriad ways to add Jewish flavor to your Thanksgiving feast. Here are a few of our favorite ideas:
People have some strong feelings about pumpkin spice: Some love it, some loathe it. Once autumn arrives, I want to put cinnamon, clove and pumpkin in just about everything, including challah. Once this challah bakes up, your kitchen will smell like pure autumnal heaven. If by some chance you have leftovers, it makes wonderful French toast or indulgent bread pudding.
They may have been a hit when the kiddies were still in strollers — when they picked them out of those little red boxes with sticky fingers. If raisins are received while trick-or-treating, however, they will most likely be used as tiny projectiles — ones that are more likely to be thrown at you than at each other.