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Rabbi/Rebbetzin Shoshana Ohriner lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Rabbi Philip Ohriner and their two children. In addition to her work as as a food writer and the creator of the parve baking blog Couldn't Be Parve, Rabbi Shoshana loves connecting people to tradition and Judaism through food. Whether by inviting people over for Shabbat and holiday meals or providing meals to families in her community in times of need and joy, the food is the foundation for cultivating meaningful connections and relationships. Since there are rarely less than fifteen people at a Shabbat or holiday meal at the Ohriner home, Rabbi Shoshana has developed quite a few recipes that feed a crowd without too much fuss. These are some of her most requested recipes:

Brisket Like My Grandma Made
Broccoli for Shabbat
Raspberry Lemonade Marshmallows
Almond Meyer Lemon Blueberry Bundt Cake

 
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