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Yom Kippur's break the fast is the most anticipated meal of the year. Of course, it's because we're starving; we've been fantasizing about that first bite for the last 25 hours.
As soon as the sun goes down and the shofar is blown for the last time, our thoughts invariably turn to:...
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In America, the land of excess calories, boiled chicken has a bad reputation. People much prefer their chicken fried, barbecued or sautéed.
But although they may joke about boiled chicken because of its anemic skin and bland personality, on erev Yom Kippur, it graces many a table....