Sunday, January 21, 2018
A new soup kitchen and community center serving the needs of Sao Paulo's poor officially opened its doors last week.
Michele Grant of popular LA food truck The Kosher Palate was inspired to bridge the worlds of kosher food and fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.
Orthodox Jewish chef Yuda Schloss is creating sandwiches to satisfy both foodies and the ultra-Orthodox at the pop-up shop Hassid+Hipster.
A lawsuit prompts the Chief Rabbinate of Israel to allow women to become kosher supervisors.
Tel Aviv’s Shuk Levinsky has offered spices and delicacies for generations, and is quickly becoming one of the city’s most hip destinations
A contributor to Forbes suggests that kosher will be the “next big food trend,” as it expands beyond observant Jews.
Instagram had its most popular day ever last week, thanks to Thanksgivukkah, the rare confluence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving.
A new diet fad based on the Jewish Biblical figure Daniel may not be as healthy as it seems.
Across the country, Jews are constructing menorahs out of donated canned foods, which are then given to local charities and the needy.
Opened this week, Mug & Mason in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights offers kosher small tapas, wine, and beer.


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