Joan Nathan, Molly Yeh and Eric Asimov were among the recipients of distinguished culinary awards.
In abundance at the March 6 launch of Abigail Pogrebin’s “My Jewish Year: 18 Holidays, One Wondering Jew,” among other things, were wine, a distinctly Jewish sense of goodwill, motherly advice, and petite, tastefully arranged spoonfuls of raw tuna.
Team Israel has become the cinderella story of the World Baseball Classic.
A squad full of American Jews put on a touching display during Hatikvah.
With the instruction to drink until you don’t know the difference between the good Mordechi and the evil Haman, you have Jewish tradition egging on indulgence.
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