Columns by Dr. Michael Goldberg, D.M.D.
Oct. 2013 — You Are HOW You Eat
A breakdown at any stage of digestion process can affect oral health
Aug. 2013 — When Choosing a Dentist, Should Insurance Be a Criteria?
One doctor's perspective on the health insurance industry
June 2013 — Talk to Your Dentist
2-way communication vital in effective oral care
April 2013 — 5 Foods That Can Help Your Diabetes and Your Mouth
How we chew also makes lasting impact on oral health
Feb. 2013 — Word of Mouth
Asking right questions first step to good diabetes, oral care
Yogurt and Horseradish Dip with Herbs Chicken and Grapes Rosemary and Garlic Focaccia Watercress and Orange Soup Half-Wheat Biscuits Grilled Szechwan Pork Chops Chicken and Rice Medley Pork Chops Braised in Milk White Bean and Red Pepper Dip Chili-Lime Kabobs
Tsimmes is a simple, tangy-sweet stew made of beef, carrots, potatoes, honey, and prunes. Like most stews, it's carb-heavy, tasty, and filling. Making a tsimmes is a colloquial Yinglish (Yiddlish?) expression meaning "making a big deal out of nothing". While the similar expression "making a moutain out of a molehill" suggests exaggerating a difficulty, "making a tsimmes" has no "negative" baggage associated with it, just...