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    A few weeks ago, we had the pleasure of attending the annual The Simply Manischewitz Cook-Off event in New York City where Amy Siegal of Clifton, New Jersey was proclaimed the winner for her Mediterranean Falafel Sliders. (Not to brag or anything, but we knew once we tasted them that she had the winning recipe. Her falafel sliders were SOOOO good!)Well, we got a hold of the winning recipe and wanted to share it with you. Manischewitz has also agreed to give away their Manischewitz Falafel Mix (the secret ingredient!)...

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    The conversation on Twitter turned to mischloach manot (aka Purim Baskets) today and we thought it would be fun to start a mishloach manot exchange with our Twitter friends! (Kind of like a chain mail letter)Here's how it works: Leave your Twitter handle in the comments section below by Midnight, Tuesday, March 3rd. PopJudaica.com will send mishloach manot to the first person who leaves their twitter handle in the comments section. Everyone else will send mishloach manot to the person whose handle is directly below them on the list. Be...

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    The weather outside is frightful. Isn't the thought of chicken soup so delightful?!PopJudaica.com is proud to be a sponsor of NJOP'S Better Than Your Bubbie's Chicken Soup Challenge - a search for the best chicken soup recipe in America!The National Jewish Outreach Program (NJOP) is looking for both traditional and unusual formulas of this famous elixir. So whether it is your grandmother’s famous recipe or your version of chicken soup fusion, NJOP wants to taste your Jewish penicillin!Cooks across America are invited to submit their original recipes for a chance...

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    After a month of three-day weeks, festive meals, and thoughtful fasts, the holidays are over and those of us at PopJudaica.com are recovering. We have nearly two months until the next Jewish holiday -- Chanukah -- and Thanksgiving is nearly a month away, so that means we're in the clear. No more thinking about what to wear or what to eat, visiting family or taking part in festive parties that knock us out for days, right?Wrong! Thankfully (or not?) a JTA news story has reminded us that today, Halloween, is...