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The end of Sukkot / Jewish holidaypalooza season is nigh and the holiday of Simchat Torah, a celebration of completing the annual Torah cycle, is almost upon us.
The list of foods I don’t like is short. And today it got even shorter, because today I gave stuffed cabbage a second chance.
Moving from Yom Kippur straight into Sukkot, I started to think about what to cook, of course, and checked a few books and online references for inspiration.
Every year on Sukkot, my great-grandmother made gefilte fish for the elders of the synagogue who “dwelled” in the sukkah for seven days.
Axelrad’s, a Houston beer garden with Jewish roots, will be hosting a Yom Kippur break fast on Saturday night for the city’s Jewish community - battered like other residents after the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey.