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Jewish Journal Articles

Mouthwatering Moroccan Matbucha

When my twin nephews Luca and Nico were little boys, they loved Matbucha. At Friday night dinners, they would chime together “Maman, can we have Moroccan ketchup?” It was so cute and so heartwarming at the same time. Throughout the years, I would make Matbucha the traditional way. The way that my mother and our […]

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An Abundance of Blessings

In an era when most marriages were arranged by parents, my grandparents were a romantic match. He was dashingly handsome; she was beautiful with dark, curly hair and ruby-red lips. He was from the bustling city of Baghdad, the son of a doctor; she was from the tiny village of Azair, the daughter of the […]