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Pascale’s Kitchen: Recipes for a festive Rosh Hashanah meal

The High Holy Days has always been my favorite time of year. Unfortunately, we perhaps do not feel as joyous this year due to the looming lockdown. Many of us have spent the past week worrying about loved ones and wondering if Rosh Hashanah dinner will have to be held by zoom. Will we be able to go pray in the synagogue or will we remain on our balcony or join neighbors on the street for the meaningful High Holy Day prayers? The month of Elul, Rosh Hashanah and the days leading up to Yom Kippur have always been days when we engage in self-reflection, ask for forgiveness and make promises to be better people in the upcoming year, and the COVID-19 crisis is making this period even more intense than usual.Learn more about Pascale’s Kitchen here>>Some things, however, have not changed. We are all still excited to
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Take note of these meal prep ideas for the college kitchen

The fall semester holds a lot of new beginnings for students. New classes, new classmates and, for some, a new apartment with a kitchen that can seem a little scary. Cooking for oneself for the first time is difficult because there’s a lot to consider like budget, time and ingredients. However, studies show that cooking your own meals can be better for your body and have a lot of added psychological benefits if you share those meals with others. Instead of being intimidated, see cooking as a new type of self-care where you can learn more about yourself and grow as a chef. Here is a list of six budget and dietary-restriction friendly recipes for any type of cook that require little equipment and little time. These recipes are perfect after a long day of Zoom classes.

1. Cauliflower and Chickpea Masala (Vegetarian/Vegan)

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