RECIPE: Broccoli Rabe Garlic Bread & The Difference Between Rabe & Broccolini

Here’s a way of getting nutrient-packed broccoli rabe into something everyone loves. Make garlic bread using the greens and garlic butter. Nothing could be easier—or harder to resist. If you keep a supply of broccoli rabe purée on hand, it takes no time at all to assemble. Make it peppery—or not; top the garlic butter…
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RECIPE: Panettone Stuffing

We love panettone, an Italian yeast bread filled with candied citron, lemon zest, and raisins (and sometimes other ingredients). If we get too much of it to toast for breakfast or top with ice cream for dessert, we make other favorites, such as Panettone French toast, Panettone grilled cheese and panettone PB&J sandwiches. And then,…
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FOOD FUN: Beer Menorah

For 18 years, the Shmaltz Brewing Company has been handcrafting HE’BREW, classic beers with culturally-relevant names (certified kosher, of course, by KSA). Chanukah begins tonight, so take a look! THE CHOSEN BEERS The brewery currently makes: Barrel Aged Funky Jewbellation Bittersweet Lenny’s R.I.P.A. Chanukah Beer David’s Slingshot Death Of A Contract Brewer Genesis Dry Hopped…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Mexican Christmas Pudding

Oh give us some figgy pudding! Photo courtesy Gerry Lerner | London Lennie’s.   Christmas pudding is an English tradition. It has been celebrated in song since at least the 16th century. Thought to bring luck and prosperity to all those who share it, it is typically made five weeks before Christmas, on or after…
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