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Feb 4, 2016, 4:23 AM
Jewish day school tuition a burden? What one school is doing about it
How one Ontario school helps parents struggling to finance Jewish education -- a potential model for North America
Jan 5, 2016, 10:06 PM
Tradition, Tradition! Low and Slow: Slow Cooker Cabbage Rolls
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Heavenly Hamentashen from Chutzpah in the Kitchen
Every year, I dedicate numerous days of baking to certain holidays on the Jewish calendar. Sugar cookies are a once per year occurrence, taking place only around Chanukah; cheesecake is for Shavuot; and Hamentashen are for the upcoming holiday of Purim. Over 2,000 years...
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Chanukah 2014: Holiday Sugar Cookies
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Hummus, Not Hamas: Part Two
Nearly a year ago, I wrote about the complexities of the Arab Israeli conflict and how the issues extend far beyond the politics to the people and even to the food. In Hummus, Not Hamas, I shared a delicious...
A communications and branding professional, Cayla Solomon is also an amateur chef who shares her kitchen adventures on Chutzpah in the Kitchen.