“Be a mensch,” American Jews are told. But Israeli Jews live by a completely different dictum: “don’t be a freier” — a sucker.
Tough outside, tender inside. Calling for both battle and compassion. Some say it’s contradictory — Jay Michaelson says it’s necessary.
Sabra voluntarily recalled 30,000 cases of its classic hummus nationwide over possible Listeria contamination. The company insisted no illnesses have been linked to the incident, traced to a plant in Oklahoma.
Sabra wants to create a law that would set standards for what can be called hummus. Never mind the fact that they sell ‘guacamole hummus.’
Thursday is National Hummus Day. To celebrate, Sabra has written a (not-so) handy guide to teach hummus philistines about Israel’s national dip.
Oy! 80 million Americans have never sampled hummus. Sabra is planning to dispatch trucks around the country to preach the chickpea gospel.
Pro-Palestinian student groups at the University of Ottawa have launched a campaign to ban Sabra hummus from campus.
I have been making hummus from scratch for nearly 10 years now. I don’t think it’s a big deal — it’s the easiest thing to make — but nearly everyone I talk to who knows this is shocked. How do I do it? When do I find the time? Isn’t it labor intensive? Why would I make my own when I could just buy Sabra? y answer: It’s not time consuming, it’s not labor intensive, and Sabra sucks.
Some sports and food groups in the United States are easily associated with one another. Baseball and hot dogs clearly go together, for example. That’s easy.
Virginia’s tobacco-farming country may soon be known as hummus country, thanks to Sabra Dipping Company which is paying tobacco farms to grow chickpeas.