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Heres the new Mediterranean cookbook you need now – Forward

| November 21, 2021

Claudia Rodens first book on Middle Eastern food came out in 1968, when many people thought the now-ubiquitous cuisine was mostly comprised of sheeps eyes and testicles. I could never have even dreamt of it, she said of the evolution. Roden is 85 now, and just published her twelfth full-length, solo cookbook, Claudia Rodens Mediterranean: Treasured Recipes From a Lifetime of Travel (Ten Speed Press).

Bridge and Road Repairs Ahead, but Where? – The New York Times

| November 21, 2021

Its Monday. Well look at what the infrastructure bill will mean for New York. Well also look at new delicatessens that are designed to look old

Celebrate Hanukkah with Ice Cream, Latkes, Cookies and More at the Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center | YourHub – The Know

| November 21, 2021

TheStaenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center(JCC Denver) is hosting a variety of events and partnering with local companies to bring the best of Hanukkah to the community. The JCC Denver will be selling Bobs Babka Hanukkah ice cream in conjunction withHigh Point Creamery; hostingLatke-Paloozaon December 2 with cookbook author, Jake Cohen, for a latke competition between local restaurantsRosenbergs, Safta, Latke Love and Rye Society; partnering withOlive & Finchon Hanukkah cookie decorating kits; and hosting a free Hanukkah concert with Klezmer trio, The Klez Dispensers, on December 3

31 of Houston’s best options for no-fuss, Thanksgiving meals to-go – Houston Chronicle

| November 21, 2021

Thanksgiving dinner might be the most important meal of the year but not everyone wants to prepare it. Houston restaurants are making it easy to get the turkey (and more) on the table without the heavy lifting. Whether its the turkey or ham, side dishes, or pies, or even wine, here are some options for outsourcing Thanksgiving Day dining: Pizzitolas Bar-B-Cue (pictured above): The iconic barbecue restaurant has Thanksgiving to-go options including whole pit smoked turkey ($75, 12-14 pounds, feeds 8-10); whole bone-in ham ($8.95 per pound, cost determined by weight); traditional sides (roasted cauliflower souffle, sauteed green beans, jalapeno cornbread dressing, whipped potatoes, sweet potato casserole; $19 each); gravy ($15 per quart) and individual bourbon pecan pies ($7 each)

A cookie and candy tour, heated igloos in the Seaport, and music on the go – The Boston Globe

| November 21, 2021

Savor homemade holiday treats and buy one-of-a-kind crafts during a tour of nine inns in the Mount Washington Valley. The 24th annual Inn-to-Inn Cookie and Candy Tour takes place Dec. 11 and 12.

Enchanted Forest Of Light; Hot Air Balloon Fest: SoCal Weekend – Patch.com

| November 21, 2021

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Patch has rounded up fun, interesting and entertaining events throughout Southern California from the southernmost tip of San Diego, through Orange and Riverside counties, to the beaches and valleys in Los Angeles. Some are free. Some have a fee.

Judge rules in favor of Hasidic families in busing dispute with Washingtonville schools – Times Herald-Record

| November 21, 2021

Hasidic families in Blooming Grove won a court victory on Thursday when a judge ruled that Washingtonville School District must bus their children to their religious schools on days when they are open but the public schools are closed. State Supreme Court Justice Peter Lynch of Albany ruled that the district had failed to meet its transportation obligation under state law by providing busing to nonpublic school students only on days when its own schools were open.

Minority Business Development Agency Permanently Authorized in Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal The Suburban Times – The Suburban Times

| November 21, 2021

City of Tacoma announcement.

Twinsburg’s first synagogue to open early next year – Akron Beacon Journal

| November 21, 2021

TWINSBURG Those of the Jewish faith will soon have a house of worship in Twinsburg. The Chabad Jewish Center of Twinsburg will open in a former office space on Vail Drive sometime early next year, said Rabbi Mendy Greenberg.

How an SF synagogue dealt with a nearby homeless encampment J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| November 21, 2021

In the days before Rosh Hashanah this year, the president of Congregation Shaar Zahav found a homeless encampment had sprung up at the synagogue.


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