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The arrival of cold season is loudly heralded by advertisements for flu shots and the sounds of sniffles on buses and trains. Colds are inescapable and still, year after year, armed with folk medicine and fierceness, we resolve to cure the incurable.
Thankfully, Jewish tradition, from Maimonides to the shtetl, offers us some guidance for using food to cure the common cold.
The pickle! That fermented flavor, that solidly sour mouthfeel, that palate-cleansing post hotdog taste. The bright green, with its violent crunch! How we Jews love our pickles! But how did this love affair begin?
Today’s food celebrities on Instagram are increasingly coming from an unlikely place — the kosher foodies of the Orthodox Jewish community.
The chef from France’s presidential palace traveled to Israel to give a cooking class to gay Jews and Muslims who have been rejected by their families, AFP reported Monday.
Seltzer has long been a Jewish beverage of choice, from the saloons of the Lower East Side to the Shabbat tables of today. And it looks like America is catching on, as seltzer consumption hits a new record.