Lab-grown meat may be as cheap as $5 per pound by 2020, Future Meat Technologies claims.
Nothing says family fun like skewering beef for the “barbie.”
A pretty and palette-pleasing way to make your chicken look as good as your beef at your next barbecue.
What follows is a front-page story published in the Forverts on May 15, 1902, the day thousands of women took to the streets of the Lower East Side of Manhattan to boycott the price of meat. Within a week the strike spread across the country; by June 9 the price of meat had dropped.
An editorial from May 1902 lauds the Jewish women of the Lower East Side for their fight against ‘the blood-soaked tyranny of a gang of meat thieves.’
Kosher has become hip in recent years, for a variety of reasons. But for those who didn’t grow up in a kosher home and may be new to the laws of kashruth, the rules can be confusing — especially when it comes to purchasing beef. Whether we’re grilling in the summer or making a heartwarming pot roast for the holidays, it’s helpful to know some of the basics. Here are ten tips for understanding kosher beef:
In an obsessive ode to a traditional Jewish food, Naomi Major decided to explore whether kreplach had gone the way of the bagel — bastardized beyond recognition.
A group of Orthodox rabbis around the world have called upon the broader Jewish community to consider the moral and spiritual dangers associated with meat consumption.
A major holiday calls for a classic dish, and brisket is as traditional as they come. Here, two videos that celebrate this fabulous favorite.
When I watched James Corden host the Tony’s last weekend, I didn’t imagine that the next time I saw the British comedian he’d be wearing a kippa and an apron in a kosher butcher shop, ringing up sales and cutting up steaks.