Traditional Chicken Soup With An Asian Twist

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Remember when Bubbie’ s chicken soup had circles of yellow fat on top? Here’ s a new healthier version to try. 3-4 packages Ramen Noodle chicken soup mix with curly noodles 2 cups homemade or canned chicken broth 1 cup canned carrots, drained and thinly sliced 1 cup cooked spinach, drained about 2 cups cooked… Read More

Volunteering Overseas: A Journey of Meaningful Engagement

By Jen Grossman Vice-chair, JVC It wasn’t until I was midway over the Atlantic Ocean, that it hit me that I was really en route to Israel. The planning had been in the works for months, but the reality of it hadn’t seemed tangible until this moment. I hadn’t been to Israel in 21 years… Read More

If you could put a message into the Western Wall today, what would it say?

Melvin Handwerger:  Peace to Israel. Susan Frost:  A prayer to please guard my 20-year-old granddaughter, Risa, who is a fighter in the [Israeli Defense Forces]. Fran Reitberger:  That Jews and Arabs can all live together in peace and harmony in Israel. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.

Power For Power?

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A panel of conservative political activists, writers and former military officers convened last week at the National Press Club to sharply criticize President Barack Obama’s nomination of Samantha Power as permanent ambassador to the United Nations. The event served as an announcement that those concerns had been laid out in a letter to Senate Majority… Read More

Kudos to Egypt

Critics who call the recent coup by the Egyptian army “undemocratic” are placing form over substance and forgetting that the election of Mohamed Morsi was itself arguably undemocratic. Because his Muslim Brotherhood party was the only organized political force running for office, there was little chance of meaningful political competition emerging in the mere six… Read More

Have The Conversation

What an encouraging article (“Fusion of Faiths,” June 21). As you know, Messianic Jews have generally been considered outside the Jewish community, even though we’ve maintained all along that we are Jews. We follow Torah, we celebrate the holidays, our services are on Shabbat, our children have bar/bat mitzvahs, Israel is our land, etc. Yet,… Read More

BLATT

On June 27, 2013, MELVIN; beloved husband of Susan Blatt (nee Bratman); devoted father of Lisa (Tony) Gallina, Donna (Stuart) Kazanow and Heidi (Chip) Poakeart; loving brother of Goldie Blatt (Bill) Lechter and the late Bernard Blatt; cherished grandfather of Benjamin Sine, Zachary Sine, Maxwell Kazanow, Adam Kazanow, Nicholas Gallina and Danielle Gallina; also survived… Read More

Israel At 65: The Real Evidence

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As Israel celebrates 65 years, many of its medical, agricultural, military and technological nnovations have been shared globally. The real indication of the country’s growth and advancement is evident in the numbers. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Israel’s population has doubled in just 30 years — a bit short of four million in… Read More

On The Road Again

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  It’s that time of year — as Willie Nelson says — when you just “can’t wait to get on the road again.” For many, that begins with travel over the Memorial Day weekend and continues through the summer. According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, 718,200 Marylanders are expected to travel 50 miles or more during the… Read More

Baltimore County Promoting Hands-Only CPR

Dr. David Efron is used to dealing with serious medical cases in his role as director of trauma and chief of the division of trauma and surgical critical care at Johns Hopkins Hospital’s Department of Surgery. He never expected to experience such a case in his own home. That was exactly what happened a few… Read More