By Deborah Prinz
Chocolate is the Super Bowl Super Food
Try these super-easy-to-make chocolate treats for Super Bowl Sunday that include what some call the ‘super’ food, cocoa nibs. Your guests and family will happily dip into these savory and sweet temptations. Recipes are easily adaptable for small gatherings or large parties and will appeal to all ages. These tantalizing snacks are healthier than most….
Boozy Purim Truffles
Forget those stereotypes about Jews abstaining from alcohol. At , Jews must drink. The Talmud instructs: “A person is obligated to drink on Purim to confuse the difference between the phrases ‘cursed be Haman’ and ‘blessed be Mordecai.’ Megillah (7b). Why not aspire to Purim tipsiness by downing some boozy truffles. A fitting recipe, for…
Ethics-Minded Confectioners Work to Keep Chocolate Sweet
This weekend will haunt Jewish parents with ambivalence about ghoulish begging for treats and taunt many of us with temptations of free, sugary treats. Despite my inner Halloween scrooge, my children enjoyed creative costuming and hoarding of the goodies as kids. Halloween’s roots are pagan and Catholic, with gluttony to be atoned for at Yom…
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