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.
On Tuesday, the Forward reported that a Jewish website called OnlySimchas had posted an item about ham-and-cheese sandwiches sold at Zaro’s Bakery in New York’s Penn Station.
Terra di Seta is the only fully kosher winery in the Tuscan wine-making region of Chianti. Its goal is to produce kosher wines that match the quality of local wines produced there for centuries.