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05/28/2020

WATCH: PJ Library Blintzes & Books for Shavuot

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WATCH: PJ Library Blintzes & Books for Shavuot

PJ Library® and jHUB joined together to celebrate Shavuot with a virtual, family-friendly baking session to make blintzes and a PJ Library story!

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05/28/2020

WATCH: YLD Business Networking - Cleveland Food Industry: The Impact of COVID-19

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WATCH: YLD Business Networking - Cleveland Food Industry: The Impact of COVID-19

Federation's Young Leadership Division discussed the impact of COVID-19 on Cleveland's food industry and how the Federation is working to provide emergency food assistance to our most vulnerable populations.

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08/21/2019

Our Shlicha's Spicy Fish Recipe

Tags: Food, Federation, Israel, Overseas

Our Shlicha's Spicy Fish Recipe

Our shlicha (Israeli emissary) Li-or Gersht shares a special recipe from home with Jewish Cleveland!

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03/01/2018

A Winning Hamentashen Recipe

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A Winning Hamentashen Recipe

Each year, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland hosts a Purim celebration for all staff to enjoy. One of the most competitive activities of the day is the Hamentashen baking contests, where staff show off their baking skills and creativity in the kitchen. Check out this year's winning recipe below - Black & White Cookie Hamentashen!

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04/03/2017

Creative Kosher: Charoset Lamb Chops

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Creative Kosher: Charoset Lamb Chops

Some dread the thought of Pesach, but Pesach is one of my favorite holidays.

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02/20/2017

Creative Kosher: Algerian Eggplant

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Creative Kosher: Algerian Eggplant

As Jews, we are given an awesome gift; Shabbos. Shabbat is the best day of the week. On Shabbos, we get to take a step back from the chaotic, busy lives that we all live and appreciate everything that we have been given.

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02/08/2017

Eco-Friendly Recipes Your Kids Will Love

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Eco-Friendly Recipes Your Kids Will Love

Tu B’Shevat, or New Year for the Trees, is coming up. Although there's still snow on the ground in some parts of the United States, this holiday marks the start of spring in Israel. One way that some people celebrate is by eating foods from the “Seven Species,” foods that were grown in ancient Israel. The Seven Species are wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives, and dates.

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12/20/2016

Challah & Tomato White Bean Soup

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Challah & Tomato White Bean Soup

took me several days, but I have recovered from all the excitement of co-chairing the 3rd Annual Cleveland Shabbos Project Challah Bake that took place at the Cleveland Convention Center on November 10. With nearly 1500 women in attendance, it was the largest Cleveland Challah Bake yet.

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11/01/2016

Celebrate Community at the Challah Bake

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Celebrate Community at the Challah Bake

I don’t know about you, but even though I feel ready to get back to my routine after the disruption of the Jewish High Holidays and Sukkot, there is usually a part of me that feels a bit down. I miss the sense of community that is almost palpable at this time of year.

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