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Mixing Bowl: Jewish Farms, Schnecken vs. Rugelach, Jewish Farms Sprout

What exactly is the difference between rugelach and schnecken? Joan Nathan goes after the sweet history of these two desserts on Tablet.

What to do with leftover Kiddush wine? Israeli wine blog HaKerem finds some bizarre answers via twitter.

Looking for an Indian dinner recipe? My Jewish Learning shares a recipe for saag chevre, a spin on the classic saag paneer.

More and more Jewish farms are sprouting around the country, says JTA.

In 2010 Israel developed 65 new pepper varieties including “yellow pepper with vitamins and red pepper resembling a tomato, according to Ynet.

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