Farro Simanim Salad with Silan Vinaigrette

This hearty Farro Salad is a perfect side dish for your Rosh Hashana meals. It has leeks, butternut squash and silan (date syrup) which are some of the traditional simanim. It is pretty easy to prepare and is a sure crowd please er, even my kids love it! Farro Simanim Salad with Silan Vinaigrette Print Recipe Farro Simanim Salad with Silan Vinaigrette Print Recipe Ingredients Farro Salad 2 cups cubed butternut squash 1 cup diced

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Why my son loves The Circle Magazine and why yours will too!

I first heard about Circle Magazine at Ohr Naava’s Brooklyn Mrkt. I brought home a copy to see if my son liked it before I ordered a whole subscription. Not only did my son like it, he is hooked! Moishy loves Circle Magazine for its funny comics, exciting stories and interesting facts.  There are always magazines in our house. I love reading through food and family magazines to gather inspiration and learn about the latest

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CEO and Mom Shelby Zitelman, talks Tahini and how she gets it all done!

This post was contributed by Shelby Zitelman CEO of Soom Foods I was not yet a mother (not yet married!) when I started Soom Foods (www.soomfoods.com) with my sisters, Jackie and Amy.  Actually, we were all experiencing major life transitions – Amy graduated from University of Delaware, I was living abroad in Israel working for a Jewish non-profit organization, and Jackie just started dating (her now husband,) Omri. Omri has been in the Israeli tahini

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Our Shavuos Menu

Since Pesach we have been counting the Omer, and I have been secretly counting down to cheesecake 🙂 I love Shavuos.  It means I get to spend time with my husband and kiddos. It means that summer is almost here. And, it also means that I need to menu plan and cook, which lucky for me, I really love to do! We keep the night meals super simple, since they are so late at night,

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Vegetarian Lentil Pate

This unique pate can double as hors d’oeuvres or lunch at the office.  Its base of sautéed onions makes this savory and creamy dish rich and sweet.  It can be served on a flatbread or cracker with a wedge of radish and sprig of dill as garnish, or together with crudité vegetables, but it is equally delicious licked right off the mixing spoon as soon as it is done. The ingredients are gluten free and

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