This year September encompasses all the major fall Jewish holidays and my recipe for this month would be a good choice for any of them—except Yom Kippur, of course! Serve this unique honey cake for Rosh Hashanah or to break the fast. It’s a great choice for Sukkot, as it also celebrates the fall apple harvest and will keep well for meals over several days of the holiday. In fact, you really don’t need a holiday to justify making this dessert; it’s fun to prepare and would turn any Jewish meal or snack into a celebration! I think that the cake could be made ahead and frozen, but my Scroll deadline did not allow time for me to verify this.
In Search of the Perfect Recipe For…Honey, Sweets, and Holiday Treats with Evie Lieb
Wednesday, August 21, 7: 00 pm
By Cynthia and Sara Brideson
The KOH Library and Cultural Center is honored to showcase the eye catching and distinctive artwork of painter Michael Mulcahy. Michael grew up in southern California and the Midwest. After receiving a literature degree at Occidental College, he lived in Ireland and the San Francisco Bay Area. His work is held in several private collections nationwide.
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Congressman Bera is traveling to Israel this summer with AIPAC's sister organization, the American Israel Education Foundation (AIEF). He has made a special effort to meet with our community and we hope you will be able to join us as he shares his experiences in Israel and discusses the important issues affecting the US-Israel relationship.
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