While we wait for senators to make up their minds on the Iran Deal, two important Jews have announced their opinion on it.
Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, the founders of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, have announced their support for the controversial deal. The two ice cream mavens wrote in an email newsletter from the liberal nonprofit policy group MoveOn last Wednesday:
I never went to Jewish summer camp as a kid, and I regret it. Aside from capture the flag games, color war and lake swimming, I missed out on those critical opportunities for Jewish community bonding and identity forging that can only happen around a blazing campfire, or during a hike up a craggy mountain.
1) Duck blintzes with duck confit, barley, foie gras, celery and sour cherry at Abe Fisher in Philadelphia
(JTA) — In the United States, Heinz is nearly synonymous with ketchup, but Israel has kicked the brand out of that category of condiments all together.