Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Instagram had its most popular day ever last week, thanks to Thanksgivukkah, the rare confluence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving.
For the second time, New York bagels were flown in overnight for hungry San Franciscans; but this time, there were no hour-long lines or bagel shortages.
Cranberries be substituted or added to many Hanukkah dishes to create Thanksgivukkah hybrids.
Orthodox Jewish chef Yuda Schloss is creating sandwiches to satisfy both foodies and the ultra-Orthodox at the pop-up shop Hassid+Hipster.
A San Francisco pop-up restaurant serving (sort of) fresh New York bagels last week drew hours-long lines--and ended up turning away many empty handed.
Tu B’Shvat is a time to enjoy fruits and vegetables, especially those of the biblical Seven Species.
A cookbook written by an Israeli-born chef and his associate won at the 2016 James Beard Foundation Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards.
Five months after a factory fire halted production, Gabila’s Famous Coney Island Square Knishes are back on store shelves, in delis, and at food carts.
A Jewish hospital in Montreal has leveled a new accusation against a proposed law that seeks to ban religion from the public sector.
Kosher food producer Manischewitz produces a viral video of a turkey rap-battling a dreidel for Thanksgivukah dominance.


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