Natalie Portman wants to know why sushi has never been made with gefilte fish.
A quick foray into the world of Jewish cooking reveals a surprising amount of CBD and marijuana products, from Orthodox Union certified edibles like the ones Mitzvah Herbals offers to Jeff the 420 Chef’s ouvre to kosher-certified industrial hemp producer GenCanna, all created with this trending non-psychoactive form of weed. While the world waits for weed to be legalized, and the restaurant industry plays catch up, it’s all about CBD, or cannabidiol, a form of cannabis that won’t get you high but might keep you calm.
This might be the first time you’ve heard the word Yumble, but it probably won’t be the last, now that Bethenny Frankel is on board. On a recent episode of ABC show “Shark Tank” the Real Housewife-turned-entrepreneur, who sold her Skinnygirl cocktail line for a rumored $120 million, played hardball with her fellow sharks and with the husband-and-wife team pitching Yumble, a meal kit for kids.
NEW YORK (JTA) — The largest baking company in the United States will be removing kosher certification from nearly all of its bread and rolls.
In the dark ages, otherwise known as 2017, visiting an appetizing store from Park Slope involved some finesse, some planning, and some knowledge of the precarious subway system. And what was an appetizing store? Just the spunky younger sister of the deli. As per Jewish law, milk and meat cannot be eaten together. This meant that folks who wanted a pastrami sandwich headed to a deli while folks who wanted a crisp bialy invented the appetizing store, which specialized in fish, dairy, bagels and often baked goods.