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Ron Goldenberg, who owns a store for disposable tableware in central Israel, says he does not own multi-use dinnerware or cookware at all. “If you are into the environmental stuff then don’t eat on disposable plates, but I live now, and all this environmental stuff is no concern of mine,” he told Calcalist in a recent interview. Using disposables, he says, “the moment you finish eating you put everything in the trash including the tablecloth, and you just sit back and relax.”
Anthony Bourdain, whose mother was a secular Jew, died of an apparent suicide on June 8, 2018. Here’s how the Forward covered an episode of his food show in the Holy Land.
Roseanne Barr, the controversial comedy actress currently starring in the Trump-supporting revival of ‘Roseanne’, appeared at the Jerusalem Post Conference on Sunday in New York.
Jews and sugar substitutes go way back; Sweet ‘n’ Low, possibly the mother of all artificial sweeteners, was created by the Eisenstadt family in the 1950s.
In Israeli hospitals, visitors were astonished to find their bags rummaged through for contraband upon entry - only in this case contraband was not guns or drugs, but sandwiches and cookies.