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Rosh Hashanah

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  • Go Kids Sunday Jan. 30

     
    Daily events for families in and around the Lehigh Valley and region. In case of bad weather, call first. Holiday Train Display: H-O scale featuring models from the Richard Gougler collection. 2-4 p.m. Free. Kutztown Area Historical Society, Normal Avenue...
  • Seminole heading back to class

     
    Seminole County teachers are back at school today, preparing for the arrival of students next week. The Monday opening of Seminole public schools is the first in Central Florida. Orange, Lake, Osceola and Volusia counties will follow Aug. 22. Seminole was...
  • Rosh Hashanah: Happy New Year, it’s not

     
    Called the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown, Sept. 28. Biblical researcher Roger D. Isaacs contends that Rosh Hashana (head of the year) was never intended to signify the start of a new year. “Its original purpose was to be a day...
  • Rosh Hashanah recipes from the Test Kitchen

     
    Rosh Hashanah recipes from the Test Kitchen...
  • This week's recipes from the L.A. Times Test Kitchen

     
    Los Angeles Times Test Kitchen: Phyllis Glazer thinks beyond the traditional for ways to incorporate honey in Rosh Hashanah recipes: Try adding honey to the marinade if making the roast chicken (pictured at top), incorporate it into salad dressings and...
  • Outstanding in the Field comes to town in November

     
    Outstanding in the Field -- a mobile supper club, if you will -- is finishing up its 2011 farm-to-table tour with a two-day stop in Hollywood. The big red-and-white bus tours the nation from coast to coast once a year,......
  • Ruth Reichl on Gilt Taste and the future of food journalism

     
    Ruth Reichl on Gilt Taste and the future of food journalism...
  • 3 Events: Rosh Hashanah at Farmshop, Cecconi's and Bouchon

     
    3 Events: Rosh Hashanah at Farmshop, Cecconi's and Bouchon...
  • Sweet memories for Rosh Hashanah

     
    I first heard of Italian prune plums in a handmade recipe journal given to me years ago by my dear friend Faith. Small and dark purple, the egg-shaped plums can be found in markets for a few glorious weeks every......
  • Sour grape juice: The French call it verjus

     
    Mill Road Verjus made from organically grown grapes from the Monahan Family Farm in Paso Robles, in 16 ounces and 32 ounce bottles....
  • The Morning Fix: Rooney retires. 'Terra Nova' no go. Get your own glasses.

     
    The Morning Fix is a roundup of the day's media headlines....
  • Sacrebleu! Ethno-linguistic flareup in U.S. Senate campaign

     
    The U.S, Senate race between George LeMieux and Adam Hasner continues to heat up, with LeMieux issuing a snarky release blasting Hasner for calling attention to LeMieux's French heritage. Specifically, Hasner is distributing a bumper sticker that says &#...