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These days David Hertz is a world leader in turning food into social change. He had to reconcile his Jewish identity first.
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) — Chef David Hertz, one of the world’s leading food entrepreneurs tackling social issues, credits two places with inspiring his journey: There’s the kibbutz in Israel, and the favela in Brazil.
If you visit Levinsky Market, an unmanicured patchwork of small food and spice stores in southern Tel Aviv, stop at Cafe Levinsky 41. You can get a good cup of espresso there, but don’t waste time on that. What you want is owner Benny Briga’s gazoz, a carbonated, fruit-flavored and artfully decorated drink — think garden in a cup. Gazoz is Briga’s calling card, and it propelled him to foodie stardom all over Israel and beyond.
My mother’s Chicken ‘n Rice Bake was her way of making something BOMB out of nothing.
The Forward welcomes Imani Jackson as our newest food columnist. On Monday, May 31, MTV will feature Chef Jackson in its special on antisemitism, “With One Voice: Fighting Hatred Together.”
Everyone always asks me why I started a community-based catering company. It’s simple. I love to eat! I mean, who doesn’t?