Is baconnaise the end of kosher as we know it — or the beginning?
Jews and bacon: Has there ever been a more complicated relationship?
“[Pork is] the most vile, disgusting creature on planet Earth,” Montgomery said. “To me, that’s a poisoning.”
Although she had left the Hasidic community years before, breaking Jewish law could still consume her with guilt.
Almost everyone knows that bacon is forbidden under kosher laws, but a rogue group of rabbinic scholars is challenging this assumption.
Our formerly frum columnist wonders why bacon is often considered more treyf than other forbidden foods like shrimp, lobster or, say, lizards.
What’s better than winning $1,000? Pocketing the cash while smelling bacon. New Hampshire has launched a special ‘I Heart Bacon’ scratch-and-sniff lottery game.
Ritz has a new bacon-flavored cracker hitting shelves. But unlike most things bacon-related, these crackers are kosher.
Stop the presses, we just got some very exciting news: The 6,000-year-old Jewish ban on pork has been lifted!
Simon Rich admits leading a charmed life. That didn’t stop him from asking whether Forward readers might object to his bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich.