Thursday, April 25, 2019
Since 2014, the organization Hazon has been the leading voice of environmental sustainability in Judaism.
Summer is upon us. And that means swimsuits, summer camps, sticky temperatures — and food trucks.
Many of America’s leading voices on food and food policy are Jewish, but not many deal explicitly or exclusively in Jewish or kosher food.
The twentysomethings are serving up shakshuka, the Middle Eastern egg-and-tomatoes dish, on the streets of Manhattan.
Russ & Daughters on Manhattan’s Lower East Side is opening a second retail location, in Brooklyn.
Generally, mayo is fine for Jews, as long as it’s not on our beloved cured deli meats.
Crown Heights, Brooklyn, home to the Chabad Lubavitch community, has plenty of kosher dining options, but it's about to get more variety.
Austin, Texas is the bohemian capital of the Lone Star State, and its food scene reflects that.
Food Republic’s Brad Cohen argues that Detroit has the best Jewish delis and corned beef sandwiches in the country.
Listen as I explain that Parashat Shemini teaches us the idea of kosher in order to stay holy.


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