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Savory Babka

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Savory babka.
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Savory babka.
Courtesy of Katherine Romanow

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Almond Cookies

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Almond cookies for a Tu B’Shvat seder.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Almond cookies for a Tu B’Shvat seder.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Eating Jewish: Recipes for a meaningful Tu B'Shvat

It may seem a little contradictory to celebrate the New Year for trees in North America during the winter, and yet it offers a reminder of the renewal that will soon come with spring (although it may seem far away!).

Eating Jewish: Aloo Gobi Latkes

It’s that time of year again when food blogs and websites are filled with recipes for latkes and other fried delicacies for Hanukkah, and kitchens (along with the cooks!) begin to smell of all things deep fried. As my thoughts turned to the latkes I was going to make for Eating Jewish, I knew I wanted to do something different.

Aloo Gobi Latkes

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Aloo gobi latkes inspired by Indian cuisine.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Aloo gobi latkes inspired by Indian cuisine.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Bialys Before Baking

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Bialys before they are baked.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Bialys before they are baked.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Bialys

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Bialys.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Bialys.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Eating Jewish: Bialys

I have an affinity for baked goods, both savory and sweet, that runs deep.

Hadassah Everyday Cookbook by Leah Koenig

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Cover of Hadassah Everyday by Leah Koenig, published in 2011.
Cover of Hadassah Everyday by Leah Koenig, published in 2011.

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Eating Jewish: Savory cabbage strudel

As far as underrated vegetables go, cabbage is near the top of the list. People generally don't rhapsodize over cabbage like they do for fresh sweet corn or a juicy red tomato.

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