We are a people whose foundational story is about being refugees, and whose modern experience is about many forcible displacements.
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Honey wine has long been thought of as a treacly substance with notes of Viking, but cyser is now flourishing across America.
The cysers run the gamut from those featuring simply apple and honey to those including mangos, habañero peppers and Sri Lankan cinnamon
Shirel Peleg’s “Kiss Me Kosher” isn’t going for actual laughs, and it is too crammed full of incident and gimmicks to be charming.
Statistics can’t fully convey the massive surge in anti-Jewish behavior in Britain over the past two weeks. The Community Security Trust, an organization that monitors and fights antisemitism in the U.K., officially noted a growth of 500% in antisemitic incidents comparing May 8-18 to the similar period before.
The documentary “Common Goal” chronicles the promise and aggravation of Israel’s soccer team, whose fortunes have mirrored that of Israel itself.
I challenge you to see Nicholas Bruckman’s new movie about Ady Barkan and not cry.
Chaim Litvin’s family started out in the kosher certification business. But now his picture is the one appears on the bourbon label.
The cookbook writer and food journalist’s latest book, ‘Animal, Vegetable, Junk,” calls human food habits “suicidal.”