Eat, Drink + Think

Vegetables Are the New Bacon at Dirt Candy

Amanda Cohen, the owner of New York’s Dirt Candy, talks about her favorite Jewish food memories and how vegetables may just be the new bacon.

Canada's Lev Tahor Settle in Guatemala

Members of the haredi Orthodox sect Lev Tahor are slowly leaving Canada for Guatemala, effectively ending the group’s tumultuous situation in Quebec and Ontario.

Jewish Analyst Pedro Brieger Justifies Killing of Israeli Teens

Argentine Jewish leaders slammed CNN in Spanish contributor Pedro Brieger for justifying the killing of three Israeli teens in a commentary on Argentina television.

Au Revoir France: French Jews demonstrate support for Israel. Buffeted by economic pressure and rising anti-Semitism, more are lining up to immigrate to the Jewish state.

Hundreds of Israel-Bound Jews Say Adieu to France

Hundreds of soon-to-be immigrants to Israel gathered at one of the French capital’s largest synagogues for a sendoff ceremony celebrating their departure.

Israel Destroys Home of Alleged Palestinian Killer

Israel demolished the home of a Palestinian indicted in the Passover eve murder of a senior police officer.

Don’t Forget: A woman participates in the March of the Living at Auschwitz. Grassroots Polish communities are coming up with new and innovative ways of remembering the Shoah.

Poland Remembers Shoah in New Ways

Two very different events, hundreds of miles apart, demonstrated the wide range of ways in which the memory of Jews and the Holocaust are commemorated in Poland.