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Dallas, Texas II

Realizing that Dallas is a foodie paradise, I was glad to have registered at the always filled and very popular cooking class at the Dallas Farmers Market. Unseasonably cold, as it was, there were just a...
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Dallas, Texas

Dallas is a cool place for foodies with a cutting edge culinary scene and acclaimed chefs. I should have thought more about their slogan, Think Big, when I first encountered Hilton Anatole Hotel (yes,...
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Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is a holiday seeped in family and historic tradition. While a typical New Year’s Eve celebration on December 31st focuses on revelry and having a great time, Rosh Hashanah...
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Passover

Passover, the eight day religious holiday commemorating the Jewish people’s escape from slavery and exile in Egypt in 1300 BCE, is a time for family, neighbors and friends to get together to rejoice in their...
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Hanukkah

This Hanukkah season Edie and Jerry Weinstein of Stevensville, Michigan will make potato latkes using a family recipe passed down from Jerry’s mother. Latkes, which are grated potatoes and onions fried...
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Cooking in Ottawa

If you’re not up to crossing the pond and don’t want to stray too far, well the nation’s capital, Ottawa, may be the solution. Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa Culinary Arts Institute is a great weekend getaway....