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. […]


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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 […]

Lowell Glazer Shares the Importance of Giving as a Family

Philanthropy can be a powerful way for families to pass along their shared beliefs and values. In accepting his Lifetime Achievement award at a recent Associated Board meeting, long-time donor Lowell Glazer reflected on the value of enabling his grandchildren to be philanthropic from a […]

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 […]

Meet Arlynne Brown

Today, Arlynne is an active member of The Jewish Women’s Giving Foundation (JWGF) and is very involved with Associated Women’s newest initiative, Dignity Grows, a national project that removes the obstacles to self-esteem and health by providing women with personal hygiene products each month. In […]

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.

Meet Janet Kurland

A Remarkable Career  A Baltimore native, Janet was born on Smallwood Street. She earned a scholarship to the University of Maryland and graduated early, at the age of 20.  At the time, her career could have gone anywhere. For upon graduation, she landed a job […]