Hot & Hearty Soups for Cold Minnesota Nights

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As the temperatures plummet and the snow crunches beneath my feet when I retrieve the mail, my cravings veer towards soups. Hearty and filling, or light and fragrant, peasant fare or sophisticated, as long as they are hot and flavorful, soups are liable to make an appearance at my home and at yours, right? Taking […]

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‘Tuesdays With Morrie’ Coming To The Sabes JCC Next Month

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Peter Moore hasn’t read the book Tuesdays With Morrie, and given that more than 14 million copies have been sold, that may seem a hard feat to pull off. But Moore avoiding the 20-year-old memoir has been by design. Moore, an Ivey Award-winning theater director, will be directing the stage adaptation of Mitch Albom’s best-selling book […]

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Loads Of Laughs On Tap At Jewish Humor Festival

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The impression Adam Grabowski made at last year’s Twin Cities Jewish Humor Festival was so good, he’s not only back for this year’s festival – he’s headlining the festival’s opening night. But the Chicago-area native has an idea of what to expect from the audience. “The audience was awesome, but there was a couple who […]

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Building A Gluten-Free Empire

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Miryam Schloss was diagnosed with celiac as a teenager, which meant she wasn’t able to enjoy – among other things – challah on Shabbat. Fast forward her time on maternity leave when she was looking for a creative outlet, she found one: Mass producing her gluten-free challah recipe. “I created this amazing recipe that I […]

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