If I were to say that meatballs are as classic of a Jewish dish as brisket and kugel, you would probably call me crazy. Typically, meatballs are associated with cozy Italian restaurants, with checkered tablecloths and oversized bottles of Chianti wrapped in wicker. I say meatball...
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Before I had a chance to flip through Susie Fishbein's new "Kosher by Design: Kids in the Kitchen," my 9-year-old, Yair, had swiped the hardcover off the pile of mail and bookmarked the recipes he wanted to try.
And try -- and succeed -- he did.
In "Kids in the Kitchen," best-selling...