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The following is an excerpt from “Drinking Like Ladies: 75 Modern Cocktails From The World’s Leading Bartenders.” These sassy broads, and the classic cocktails dedicated to them, are unsung heroines of Jewish history. Peruse through the biographies of these history-making heroines and then mix yourself the cocktail dedicated to them. It’s four o’clock somewhere and it’s history o’clock all the time, so have a drink and let’s dive in.
Latkes and doughnuts have been traditional Hanukkah staples for hundreds of years. In this episode of “Est Gezunterheyt” (“Eat In Good Health”), Rukhl Schaechter and Eve Jochnowitz help you get your Hanukkah party started by demonstrating — in Yiddish — how to prepare these treats while Leana Jelen, the Yiddish-speaking barista, mixes the drinks.
During the High Holidays, many Jewish families are making sure they’re stocked up on sweet red wine, a traditional way of symbolically asking for a “sweet” new year.
The Garden Terrace on the roof of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Jerusalem feels like another world, not a bad thing these days. The setting is enchanting, with rattans sofas and chairs separated by trees strung with fairy lights. It’s a beautiful place to relax and enjoy the cool Jerusalem night air. The wait staff even offer shawls if it gets too cool as the winds pick up.
There are so many ways to enjoy the libation-focused holiday of Purim. With the instruction to drink until you don’t know the difference between the good Mordechi and the evil Haman, you have Jewish tradition egging on indulgence. (Having said that, we recommend you indulge wisely.)