• Beef Brisket

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    Beef brisket is a traditional protein served during Hanukkah. 2016 sees Hanukkah being celebrated later in the month of December, where it coincides with Christmas. This could mean a busy week for those households where both holidays are celebrated. In order to simplify the holidays, if only by a little, we offer a recipe for […]

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  • Roasted Beet Hummus Roasted Beet Hummus

    Roasted Beet Hummus

    Last week’s Food Highlight was on beets, the jewel toned root vegetable that’s packed with antioxidants and anti inflammatory agents. Didn’t catch it? Read it here. For those of you who may now be wondering what to do with the bunch of beets sitting in your crisper, try Roasted Beet Hummus. Hummus is a very […]

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  • Benefits of Bitter Melon

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    Bitter melon is a vegetable often not know of in the west. In India you would see it at practically every grocery store or market. It was first imported into the United States in the 1970′s and the first seeds were sowed for import in the island of Jamaica. Now it is grown in various […]

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  • Food Highlight: Beets


    Beets are a vegetable with a long and colorful history. The predecessor the modern day beet is thought to have grown wild in Northern Africa in prehistoric times and spread to European and Asian seashores. It’s thought that initially people only ate the green leaves off the plant until the ancient Romans incorporated the roots […]

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