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A Feast for the Eyes

Rachel Bachrach

Blowtorches, artists’ brushes, dental tools, and crinkle cutters. Food stylists use an eclectic set of instruments to prepare food for photo shoots. How they make any food look appealing, and some tricks you can try in your own kitchen

 

The Fire Still Burns

Rhona Lewis

It’s 200 years and a different world since Rebbe Nachman of Breslov passed away. In the heart and prayers of Rebbetzin Sara Gelbach, the Rebbe’s great-great-great granddaughter, the fire — kindled

 

The Cold Facts

Shira Yehudit Djlilmand

The common cold is not just an annoying by-product of cold days — it’s also the most frequently caught infectious disease. In the US alone, it costs over 100 million missed school days and almost 100 million doctors’ visits annually. Is there any way to obtain a sniffle-free winter?

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