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Cooking Demo with Paula Shoyer, The Healthy Jewish Kitchen - Shared screen with speaker view
Sheryl Davidoff
33:33
hello from palm beach, fl
Andrea Miller
34:29
Hi from Rochester!
Gioia Family
36:06
LOVE THAT!
Yonina Siegal
36:52
No I know how to make my parsley, dill, etc last a lot longer - and it looks beautiful!
Marcia Rothberg
38:39
I’m from Rochester too
Sandy Koehler
38:50
I get confused about olive oil. They say that you should not expose it to high heat but they often suggest it for sauteing onions or grilled vegetables. Can you please clarify?
Sarah Berkowitz
39:07
Question: Does unpeeled ginger that’s been in the fridge go bad after a few weeks? I opened a piece this morning that was discolored on the inside, but still smelled gingery. Should I use or discard?
Randy Perlson
40:40
hi from Randy Perlson in Rochester, I have Paula’s books and love them
Marcia Rothberg
42:03
Can celery seed be substituted for celery?
Donna Kass
43:15
when you freeze ginger- do you put it in something?
Janisse Ross
43:42
My husband is on a special diet and cannot eat onions of any kind or garlic. Do you have any recommendations? It is very hard to cook for him (and me).
Rachelle Weiss Crane
45:09
what page is yeh recipe on in the book?
Michael Siegendorf
45:36
please tell where you got the herb container
Nancy Denberg
47:30
didn’t hear what website to get recipe please
Marcia Rothberg
47:47
What site did she say it’s on?
Kelsey Eberle
47:47
recipe available on the JCCIndy Arts Facebook page as well
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
48:06
atlantajcc.org/bookfestival
Rachelle Weiss Crane
48:10
and JCC dallas
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
48:19
scroll to the bottom of the page!
Gioia Family
48:21
WOW that’s a full pot! I wouldn’t have filled that full with the veggies!
Sarah Berkowitz
50:43
Please can everyone make sure you’re muted so we don’t have sound interference
Gail Appelrouth
51:15
you need to MUTE everyone not turn the video off
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
52:18
we would like everyone to have their video turned off as well as their video please! Thank you!
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
52:27
audio
Gioia Family
53:11
I am a Long Islander too! But in ATL now
Lisa Lefkovits
55:14
Such a special story!
Devora Steiner
55:29
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Andrea Oppenheim
55:34
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Donna Kass
55:36
lost the audio
Helen Kashtan
57:17
This is such a fun event. Thank you!
Sandy Koehler
58:11
Can you share some thoughts on determining food quantities when you are having company?
Wendy Bearman
01:02:58
How much does Quarantine soup recipe make?
Marcia Rothberg
01:04:41
where do you get flour online?
Sarah Berkowitz
01:06:11
Tip: Large challahs fit nicely into gallon bags that aren’t ziplock, they have more space and you use twist ties to close. :)
Gioia Family
01:10:06
So if a recipe says to use a fresh herb…you can use dried??…do you use more or less?
Gioia Family
01:10:25
Because can’t find fresh herbs now at grocery store for recipes
Gioia Family
01:12:52
Thank you!
Marcia Rothberg
01:16:58
Can minced onion be substituted for regular onions
Michelle Braun
01:18:21
How can we attend the sourdough challah recipe demo next week? Is it through another link from your website or MJCCA? This is a marvelous event for a Monday afternoon in quarantine! Thank you all for holding this informative and motivating webcast. Hope to see you both live at the MJCCA soon! From MIchelle in Dunwoody
Gioia Family
01:23:23
YUM! I need to try making challah and babka! Sounds so delish!
Sarah Berkowitz
01:29:53
This class has been wonderful - thank you Paula and Holly for making it happen.
Martha Green
01:32:21
How do you keep the blender from splattering?
Richard Fiedel
01:32:29
again, where is recipe in internet.
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
01:33:19
atlantajcc.org/bookfestival
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
01:33:23
at the bottom of the page
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
01:33:36
top of this chat!
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
01:34:17
Here are the links to purchase Paula Shoyer's book:A Cappella Books: https://www.acappellabooks.com/pages/events/711/paula-shoyer-the-healthy-jewish-kitchenBooks & Books:https://shop.booksandbooks.com/book/9781454922902Thlink to Paula's recipe is here: atlantajcc.org/bookfestival scroll to the bottom of the page!
Debbie Johnson
01:35:10
would love for my daughters to see this- any chances it will be available to see again?
Dina Lissoos
01:35:28
This was great- thank you!!
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
01:35:35
This will be available on all of the participating JCC FB pages...!
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
01:35:53
Thanks everyone for joining us!
Gioia Family
01:36:01
Thank you so much MJCCA! This was awesome! Learned so much!
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
01:36:11
Thank you Paula and Holly -- such a GREAT program!
Lisa Lefkovits
01:36:40
Thank you so much. Paula was amazing!!
Gail Heyman
01:36:47
Thanks Paula! I went to your website as well. Appreciate your time.
Bonnie Walkes
01:36:50
Thank you. Good class.
Wendy Bearman
01:36:57
Thanks Paula and and big Thank you to Pam and Holly!! xo
Lisa Lefkovits
01:37:18
Definitely going to join the sourdough challah next week. Thanks.
Lev Rothenberg
01:37:18
thanks from Indy
Deena Profis
01:37:19
This is was Amazing…Thanks Paula and Holly
Dodie Snider
01:37:23
Thank you so much! This was great!
Arlene Fisher
01:37:25
Thank you so much - great program!
Pam MJCCA Book Festival
01:37:33
Thanks Dallas, Indy, Miami, and Rochester!
Andrea Oppenheim
01:37:33
Thanks! This was great!
Andrea Miller
01:37:33
awesome!!!
Gioia Family
01:37:39
Thanks Paula, Holly and Pam from Johns Creek, GA!
Esther Reifman
01:37:42
Thank you very much!
Shelley Hurwitz
01:37:42
Thank you for the helpful ideas!
Helen Kashtan
01:37:43
Thank you!
Andrea Miller
01:37:45
Thank you from Rochester!
Devora Steiner
01:37:46
thanks for this program
Susan Tourial
01:37:49
Great program! Ready to go cook
Rachelle Weiss Crane
01:37:53
Paula and Holly, thank you from Dallas
Janisse Ross
01:37:59
Thanks so much!
Marcia Rothberg
01:38:02
thank you it was wonderful!
Henry Spil
01:38:05
This was wonderful - thank you Paula and Holly
Marcy Levitt
01:38:16
Thanks to everyone from the Alper JCC
Kathy London
01:38:18
thanks
Donna Kass
01:38:19
thank you!