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(JTA) — The Manischewitz Co. said it will close its plant in Newark, New Jersey, cutting the jobs of 169 workers.
Gefilte may be the most ubiquitous fish dish in the Jewish culinary lexicon, whether we’re talking about the mass-produced, jarred versions available at supermarkets or the ready-made kind from kosher-style delis and dairy appetizer stores. But it is also the most celebratory fish dish, closely related to the haute-cuisine triumph quenelles de brochet.
(JTA) — Gluten-free matzah might sound like a bad joke — after all, regular unleavened bread tastes pretty cardboard-like already.
In a small shop in Roswell, Georgia, not far from Atlanta, Russian immigrant Natalya Shapiro paints matzo with stunning chocolate.
Mazel tov! You lucked out this year because someone else is hosting the Passover Seders. You may not have much to cook, but you definitely have to bring a gift. Do it because it’s the right thing to do. Do it because your bubbe taught you manners. At the very least, do it because you want to be invited back next year.