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Everything old is new again

On Rosh Hashana, the tried-and-true, traditional favorites make for a sweet New Year

“Nothings’’ are light, airy cookies resembling popovers or cream puffs. In bakeries around Boston, the rounds are called “kichlach.’’ “Nothings’’ are light, airy cookies resembling popovers or cream puffs. In bakeries around Boston, the rounds are called “kichlach.’’ (Styling/Linda Matchan; Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
September 16, 2009

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When Jewish families gather on Friday night for Rosh Hashana, there is always talk around the table of the good dinners a grandmother once made, or how a younger cook tried to follow an elderly aunt’s sketchy recipe instructions. For the Jewish New Year celebration, many stay with the dishes they know, while others wonder if the entire menu needs ... (Full article: 155 words)

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