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Recently, there’s been a string of anti-Semitic assaults against kosher restaurants in Europe.
Downtown Baltimore will be getting a kosher chipotle-style ‘The Daily Special’ at 201 N. Charles St. for a quick bite as soon as Passover ends.
Call it nouveau vegan: As diners demand more healthful options, plant-based cuisine is having a moment — and Jewish chefs are leading the charge. One of the pioneers is Guy Vaknin, whose 5-year-old Beyond Sushi has exploded from a modest counter in Manhattan’s East Village to a five-restaurant chainlet. Days after Vaknin and his wife/business partner, Tali Vaknin, obtained kosher certification for Beyond Sushi, the Forward’s Michael Kaminer caught up with the charismatic, preternaturally calm chef, who was once a finalist on Gordon Ramsay’s “Hell’s Kitchen.”
Home has always been central to Jewish families, from the old countries of our immigrant ancestors to their new homes in America and then on to newer homes in new communities as the generations moved up and out.
It was a bizarre evening, to say the least. Last Monday night, I made a reservation at the Manhattan kosher steakhouse Prime at the Bentley, for a Thursday night dinner for 22 people — a family surprise birthday dinner for my husband. “Of course,” the hostess chirped into the phone, taking down my information. I received an email confirmation within minutes.