Dairy Meals

The Better Blintz

Crunchy, creamy, gooey goat cheese and zucchini blintzes.

Special To The Jewish Week
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The best thing I ever ate was a crepe off of a food truck in Paris. Perhaps it was because I consumed it at the fourth meal hour of 3:00 a.m., but I still dream of the soft yet slightly crunchy crepe oozing lots of gooey cheeses and fresh spinach. Once I started cooking Jewish cuisine for a living, I realized my beloved crepe was really just the French equivalent of Bubbe’s classic cheese blintzes.

How about a land flowing with cheese & cilantro sauce? Amy Kritzer
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Conservative Ruling Tips Scales On Cooked Fish

Hot dairy meals at non-kosher restaurants should follow certain protocols, law committee says. Will anyone comply?

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In 1952, when the Conservative movement was rapidly becoming America’s largest Jewish denomination, its Committee on Jewish Law and Standards issued this opinion: “Fish dinners in non-kosher eating places shall not be construed as a violation of the dietary laws.”

However, that opinion was not the final or official position, the Law Committee noted at the time, promising to release more details soon.

Fishy subject: New Conservative ruling adds stringencies to eating such foods as fish or pizza in non-kosher restaurants.
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