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SALAD WITH HONEY-
'/4 cup olive oil
'/4 cup white balsamic vinegar
1 tsp. honey
1 tsp. dried parsley flakes
'/2 tsp. minced garlic
1 large head butter lettuce (or
Boston Bibb lettuce), cut into 6
wedges (or 2 small heads, each cut
into 3 wedges)
1'/z cups halved seedless grapes
1 cup chopped, unpeeled apples, any
'4 cup slivered almonds, lightly
1 yellow or red bell pepper,
1/2 cup finely chopped red or
kosher salt and freshly ground
pepper to taste
Combine dressing ingredients in a jar
with a tight lid, and shake well. Set aside.
Place lettuce wedges on individual
salad or dinner-sized plates. Sprinkle
the wedges with remaining ingredi-
ents, and drizzle the dressing over.
Makes 6 servings.
All recipes © Annabel Cohen 2013; email@example.com .
Celebrity Jews from page 48
native, is the sister
of Jessie Ware, 28,
whose 2012 debut
CD was huge in the
U.K. Once Upon a
Time in Wonderland
a spinoff of the hit series Once Upon
a Time, has an Alice in Wonderland
backstory. Barbara Hershey,
65, plays the Queen of Hearts.
On NBC: Sean Saves the World
(debuts Oct. 2): This comedy stars
Sean Hayes as a divorced gay father
whose teen daughter moves in with
him full time. His mother, who lives
with him, is played by Linda Lavin, 75.
On HBO: Hello Ladies (debuts
Sept. 29): A gawky
English web design-
er relocates to Los
Angeles and tries
to connect with the
glamour crowd. He
makes two close
one of them, played
by Kevin Weisman
(Alias), 42, is a charismatic paraple-
gic who parlays his disability to his
advantage in picking up women.
On Showtime: Masters of Sex
(debuts Sept. 29): Essentially an
episodic biography of Dr. William
Masters and Virginia Johnson, the
famous (late) human sexual response
researchers, this show stars Lizzy
Caplan, 31, as Johnson, who became
Masters' research assistant in 1957
and his wife in 1971.
At The Movies
These films all open on Friday, Sept.
27: Joseph Gordon-Levitt's new
film, Don Jon, marks his debut as a
director-screenwriter of a full-length
feature film. He plays a ladies' man
who scores with beautiful women
every weekend (hence his nickname,
Don Jon). But he is secretly addicted
to Internet porn. Seeking something
more, he meets up with two extraor-
dinary woman (played by Scarlett
Johansson, 28, and Julianne Moore),
who make him see and pursue bet-
ter alternatives. The film got rave
reviews at the Sundance Film festival,
with many critics praising Gordon-
Levitt, 32, for deftly balancing humor
A.O. Scott, 47, the New York
Times film critic, writes: "Enough
Said (directed and written by Nicole
Holofcener, 53) is very funny indeed.
Line for line, scene for scene, it is
one of the best-written American
film comedies in recent memory."
Julia Louis-Dreyfus ("Eva") co-stars
as a divorced mother of a daughter
about to leave for college. Eva is
also mothering her daughter's needy
friend (played by Tavi Gevinson,
16, who at age 12 started a wildly
popular style blog that's morphed
into Rookie, a teen online magazine).
Eva meets and hits it off with Albert
(James Gandolfini in his last feature
role), a flawed but nice divorced dad.
Complications ensue when Eva meets
Albert's ex-wife (Catherine Keener)
and tries to respond to her criticisms
of Albert by remaking her new boy-
The documentary Inequality for
All features professor, bestselling
author and Clinton cabinet member
Robert Reich, 67, as he demonstrates
how the widening income gap has a
devastating impact on the American
Baggage Claim, an African-
American romantic comedy, stars
Paula Patton as a flight attendant
who needs to find Mr. Right — quick.
Adam Brody, 33, plays Patton's pal,
another flight attendant.
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