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News From The Jersey Shore

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on August 2, 2013


It is Jersey Shore time for me.  I am here in historic Elberon, New Jersey, one block from the Atlantic ocean enjoying family , friends, and cuisine, while we shop until we drop and try some new kosher restaurants. The devastation [click to continue…]



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Tuesday in Manhattan

September 2, 2011
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Not being a morning person in general and still being on Pacific time, it required a  special effort for me to be ready to catch the 8:00 AM commuter ferry from Sandy Hook to lower Manhattan.  We left my sisters house at 7:15 AM dressed for the hot weather and a lot of walking.  The […]

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Kosher Las Vegas

April 6, 2011
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The dry flats of the Mojave Desert Reserve stretch out in a long meandering valley four thousand feet below the highway, reflecting the midday sun.  I am glad I am in my safe air conditioned car observing the beauty of the inhospitable landscape.

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Pico Boulevard II

March 5, 2011
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On Pico Boulevard in Los Angeles there is an accumulation of kosher establishments for dining, takeout or ordering. This is my second installment of writing about Pico to highlight some of that street’s intriguing assets.  Today I want to talk about The Fish Grill and Kolah Farangi or Kabob and Chinese as it is known. The […]

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Go East Young Women

February 28, 2010
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Many people who live in West LA consider it too far to go to La Cienega, or, god forbid, beyond, East to be precise toward down town or beyond to eat. In a city teaming with restaurants, serving everything on earth, from humdrum, real chef’s creations, and everyday ethnic cuisine,

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