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Roasted Corn Enchiladas

Every year around this time, I crave roasted corn enchiladas. I can trace it back to spring 2013, when I first made this dish. My friend Stephanie and I wanted a study break during grad school so we decided to … Continue reading

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All the Latkes

If you would have asked me a year ago if I’d be frying 50 latkes in December, I would have laughed in your face. My, how times have changed. I’ve always celebrated Hanukkah, even though my level of dedication varies. … Continue reading

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“Dangerous” Challah (Egg Bread)

Growing up, my siblings and I couldn’t get enough of Challah.  For those of you who don’t know, Challah is a slightly sweet, eggy, and delightfully sinful bread.  Traditionally, Challah is served on Shabbat (the Jewish sabbath) and on many … Continue reading

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