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Private Chef Jordana Hirschel, who began her career as a Weight Watchers receptionist, now helps others reach their own health goals through her work as a teacher and owner of a catering business. As someone who also keeps kosher, she is a living example that you can observe Shabbat, celebrate Jewish holidays, and go on vacations, all while maintaining a healthy weight and lifestyle.
Ivanka Trump ate at a kosher Washington, D.C. restaurant with her son Tuesday evening, Jewish Insider reported.
BOSTON (JTA) — In an article written for J: The Jewish News of Northern California and republished by JTA, David A.M. Wilensky describes with gusto the supposedly mouthwatering delicacies, including Peanut Butter Pie with Bacon and Pulled Pork Potato Kugel, consumed this month by “rabbis and foodies” at the Trefa Banquet 2.0 in San Francisco – complete with a communal blessing and a historical lecture justifying these juicy transgressions on the basis of American Jewish history and Reform Jewish tradition.
“Am I a bad Jew?” I ask myself, finishing off a third miniature bacon-peanut butter pie. I might, under other circumstances, be able to brush the feeling of guilt away. But the bacon pie is just one of many treyf (Yiddish for non-kosher) bites I have delighted in tonight. I have happily scarfed down pulled pork and potato kugel, a crab knish and a latke topped elegantly with a fried quail egg and –– of course –– bacon. After the bacon pie, I cleanse my palate with several shrimp toasts, a pork meatball and a chicken liver stuffed profiterole topped with…bacon jam.
Now that the holiday season has come to a close, you may be noticing that the seemingly endless amounts of treats and indulgences over the past couple of months have started to take their toll. Whether your pants are feeling a bit snug or your energy levels have totally tanked, it may be time for a detox.