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Baking challah - New York Jewish Bridal | Examiner.com

I posted this last year.  I'm running it again in case anyone feels particularly motivated to bake challah the Shabbos after Pesach. Baking challah - New York Jewish Bridal | Examiner.com

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Nassau park attractions - New York Jewish Bridal | Examiner.com

Nassau park attractions - New York Jewish Bridal | Examiner.com

Visit my site www.kallahmagazine.com -- not just for kallahs. You can also see posts at http://www.examiner.com/x-18522-NY-Jewish-Bridal-Examiner

The oldest extant Jewish dwelling in North America is in New York - New York Jewish Bridal | Examiner.com

The oldest extant Jewish dwelling in North America is in New York - New York Jewish Bridal | Examiner.com

Visit my site www.kallahmagazine.com -- not just for kallahs. You can also see posts at http://www.examiner.com/x-18522-NY-Jewish-Bridal-Examiner

Recipe for Pesach rolls from Mrs. S of Our Shiputzim

Our Shiputzim: A Work In Progress: Gebrochts for the rest of us
Additional Pesach recipes in the latest issue of Kallah Magazine at http://issuu.com/ariellabrown/docs/spring2011and last year's Pesach issue, http://issuu.com/ariellabrown/docs/kallahmagazine-pesach
Also see the Pesach section of  http://kallahmagazine.com/home%20front.htm

Visit my site www.kallahmagazine.com -- not just for kallahs. You can also see posts at http://www.examiner.com/x-18522-NY-Jewish-Bridal-Examiner

rant on annoyances this week -so far

I added in the so far 'cause, you never know, things can get worse.
I tried to pick up the wine for Pesach yesterday and made my selections.  The line was nonexistent at the store, and I discovered why: No credit card payments that day.  Well, I don't carry large amounts of cash on me, and I had been planning on purchasing quite a number of bottles, so I had to leave them.  I was courteous enough to put them back in the right places, though other disgruntled shoppers just abandoned their loaded carts.

Annoyance from the company that manges scoring. This round is not SAT essays but another type of essay.  They are not done, but the essays available for scoring have not been loaded to be scored since some time around the middle of yesterday.  As a result, close to a full day of scoring has been lost.  The pay is so pitiful, though, that it doesn't bother terribly to miss the income.  I just know that I likely will not be able to score next week at all,

Annoyance of businesse…

Read the spring issue of Kallah Magazine here!

Just click the link: http://issuu.com/ariellabrown/docs/spring2011

Visit my site www.kallahmagazine.com -- not just for kallahs. You can also see posts at http://www.examiner.com/x-18522-NY-Jewish-Bridal-Examiner

Pesach recipes

For the spring issue of Kallah Magazine, I asked for recipes that could be made on Pesach and also throughout the year.I got great recipes from Miriam Peromsik and Jamie Geller, author of  two cookbooks and cofounder of www.JoyofKosher.com.  Originally, I was not planning to put in any recipes of my own, as I already posted my favorites in last year’s Pesach issue.  (You can read them and print them out at http://issuu.com/ariellabrown/docs/kallahmagazine-pesach).  However, I was recently looking for a way to put together zucchini and red pepper and found a great recipe that just happens to fit the criterion of the title. It doesn’t use eggs or matzah, so it is cholesterol and gluten free, not to mention acceptable for those who don’t eat gebrokts.  Plus, it is easy to prepare and quite economical, as it uses inexpensive ingredients and can feed 6. So I just had to include it.

Baked Vegetables (parve)
Note :This recipe does not reheat well, so only make it right before you serve it, a…

Our Shiputzim: A Work In Progress: Fatigued Friday: Pesach might be coming edition

Our Shiputzim: A Work In Progress: Fatigued Friday: Pesach might be coming edition

Visit my site www.kallahmagazine.com -- not just for kallahs. You can also see posts at http://www.examiner.com/x-18522-NY-Jewish-Bridal-Examiner