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Sofia Gelman stands next to her City of West Hollywood Women's History Banner I admired her gumption. Sofia Gelman's very first email to me got straight to it: The 83-year-old Russian-born immigrant to Los Angeles had led a very colorful life the
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Many fish markets in the Great Lakes region are running short of whitefish, and it's coming at a bad time: the Passover holiday. Whitefish is a key ingredient in gefilte (geh-FIL'-tuh) fish, a traditional Jewish dish that originated in eastern Europe.
ET Why is this Sandwich Monday different from all other Sandwich Mondays? In honor of Passover, I introduced my non-Jewish colleagues to the wonders of the Passover lunch. It's not the Seder meal, but what I might have brought to school lunch back in
Fish markets typically spend this time of year preparing hundreds of pounds of whitefish for their Jewish customers to mix with onions and carrots for gefilte fish recipes handed down by grandmothers and mothers. This year, however, Chicago area fish
EDT Last updated Tuesday, Apr. 08 2014, 9:50 AM EDT In her excellent book Around My French Table, Dorie Greenspan has a recipe for cured salmon that my daughter Emma successfully adapted to fit our seder table as an alternative to gefilte fish.
Expensive Tradition No gefilte fish on Seder table this year? Photo: Dudu Azoulay Rabbi Shmuel Eliezer Stern issues unusual halachic ruling in bid to prevent stores from charging exaggerated prices for carp fish ahead of Passover. Akiva Novick In
Carol Lawrence, the actress known for originating the role of Maria in the Broadway classic "West Side Story," is back on the New York stage this season in the off-Broadway production of Handle With Care. Contributing critic David Cote of Time Out
the flavor of Russia, a taste of ashes by howard freedman I'm feeling haunted by two new genre-defying explorations of Communist-era Eastern Europe. Anya von Bremzen is an award-winning food writer and cookbook author, but those who buy her new book,
Tomorrow, on the eve of Rosh Hashana, IDF soldiers and officers stationed in bases and outposts throughout the country will be readying themselves to sit down to a festive New Year's meal. Six tons of fish, 420 pieces of gefilte fish, 21 tons of