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When Rabbi Danny Senter ambles into the backyard of his Teaneck, New Jersey, home he comes face to face with thousands of buzzing bees.
Most people envision a trip to Europe as an opportunity to visit museums, look at architecture, tour historical sites and occasionally meander through bucolic lands off the beaten trail. Often the trip includes more than one country, but rarely does it include eight countries and nine cities in seventeen days. That was my experience recently, when I accompanied my husband on a lecture tour throughout Europe. He would be busy, and business regulations prevented me from joining him for many meals, so I had to be creative with my free time.
Tortellini are traditionally made with veal, prosciutto and cheese. Since the combining of milk and meat and the use of pork products are forbidden according to Jewish dietary laws, this recipe features two meats and spices to create a flavorful stuffing for the delicious pillows of dough.
A delectable spread from Boston pop-up Kitchen Kibitz.