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Shake up your seder with these twenty globe-spanning charoset recipes!Comments Off on Charoset Recipes From Around the World
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A Jewish Iraqi delicacy that was served every Thursday evening is still popular in communities around the world.by Dr. Ilana Sasson | Comments Off on Ode to Kitchri
Best-selling author Maggie Anton thinks more Jews should wade into the sea of Talmud.by Beth Kissileff | Comments Off on Talmud is Fun!
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