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At the 12th annual Food Film Festival, Jewish food took center stage. In a room filled with people who paid top-dollar for a movie experience that ignited all their senses, along with brisket, arrosticini, and monkfish tail — cholent was on the menu.
Haggis is the national delicacy of Scotland and it’s not exactly known for its Jewish appeal. It’s a type of pudding made up of the liver, heart and lungs of a sheep, mixed with beef and oatmeal, seasoned with onion, cayenne pepper and other spices, then packed into a sheep’s stomach to be boiled.
Sabra Dipping Company, LLC, is making Chesterfield, Virginia, its home and expanding it a whopping 40,000 feet (its fourth expansion to date), all to get hummus into the hands of consumers faster.
Michael is a modern Orthodox Jew with three kids, a mortgage he’s paying off, and one big storage closet in his house filled with piles of water bottles and baked beans. He thinks disaster might strike soon, wiping out most of the human race and modern civilization and leaving the remainder of humanity to fend for themselves. He’s a survivalist — and he wants to keep kosher when the world as he knows it ends. He’s one of a very small group of Jews that are stocking up for Doomsday.
After a tough few years, is high-end kosher hot again?