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What does a kosher-keeping Trump advisor eat in Riyadh?
What follows is a front-page story published in the Forverts on May 15, 1902, the day thousands of women took to the streets of the Lower East Side of Manhattan to boycott the price of meat. Within a week the strike spread across the country; by June 9 the price of meat had dropped.
An abandoned hostess stand greets you. Delivery orders are piled high on a table in the middle of the dining room. Bright lights, sticky tables and no background music square the mood. After untangling yourself from the huffy patrons crowding the doorway, you are seated at a table that affords you as much room as if you were a 1920s garment worker. To gain access to your square foot, you must jockey with the double-barrel stroller hanging over your setting. The father to whom the stroller belongs pushes it back to the spot from which you moved it, as if a wind blew it out of position or you simply don’t exist.
Kosher fair fare? It sounds unlikely, but at the Minnesota State Fair, family owned area business Sweet Martha’s serves warm cookies by the bucket and ice cold milk to hungry visitors. Area chef and TV personality Andrew Zimmern says the cookies are so good, he eats “about a bucket and a half a day.”