Sports Fans Nosh on Kosher Grub

Kosher fans at Florida Panthers games will no longer have to suffer through hunger pains as they watch their favorite hockey players scuffle on the ice. Earlier this week, the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise, outside of Fort Lauderdale, began offering kosher food from a pushcart vendor. Potato knishes, hot dogs, kosher sausages, peanuts and soda are among the snacks being sold, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. At left, Florida Panthers’ Olli Jokinen in Sunrise.

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