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Eggplant Dip

Instructions: 1. Roast 3-4 large eggplants in the oven until the peel is burned. Scoop the inside of the eggplants and put them in a food processor or blender. 2. Turn on the food processor and blender and slowly add a half cup of oil. […]

Shakshuka

Huppit Bartov Ingredients:

Yemenite Soup

Ingredients: Instructions: 1. Clean and place chicken parts in big soup pot 2. Fill with tap water 4/5 to the top 3. Bring to a boil and skim any fat from the top of the soup 4. Lower flame to simmer 5. Add vegetables and […]

Roz’s Brisket

Ingredients: Instructions: 1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. 2. Place brisket in a roasting pan, fat side down and cook, uncovered for one hour. 3. Drain the fat from the pan. 4. Combine all ingredients and pour over brisket – fat side up. 5. […]

Seven Great Reads for Black History Month 

February is Black History Month. Here are some terrific reads that celebrate America’s Black cultural icons and historical figures — and a few inspiring stories about friendship. Created by Jessica Fink, executive director of the Jewish Library of Baltimore, these books all share a Black/Jewish […]

Eugene Poverni, The Associated’s Fred Walpert Award Winner

Happy New Year and welcome back to another Mensches in Cars Getting Coffee, a special series where we feature young leader who make a big impact in our community. In our first Mensches episode of 2023, Yanky Schorr is joined by Eugene Poverni, The Associated’s […]

10 Things to Know About Jessica Gorsky

2. Interestingly enough, as a young child, Jessica says she wanted to be a lawyer or “businesswoman” when she grew up. “I was obsessed with briefcases.” #girlboss 3. She is a first generation American, her family on both sides immigrated to Baltimore from Ukraine in […]

10 Facts about chairman of the Young Adult Division, Jesse Elkin

2. What is your signature dance move? You have to sign up for the Generosity Gala to find out! 3. Do you have a go to drink of choice? Bourbon on the rocks. 4. What’s one of the things you look forward to most about […]

Year in Review 2022

2022 was a year filled with hope, recovery and challenges. However, no one could have predicted that COVID-19 cases would continue to soar, mental health concerns would grow, we’d be combating antisemitism in our own community and Russia would invade Ukraine. Through our collective network […]

Beth Goldsmith Explores Jewish Museum of Maryland’s Contributions to Holocaust Education

Beth Goldsmith joins Annmarie Fournier, a middle school teacher at AACPS about how The Associated’s JMM and BJC have helped her teach The Holocaust to her students.