If Valentine’s Day this year is a fail — you’ll still have Tu b’Av, in the heart of summer!
The chocolates were certified kosher. But why was the paper honoring a Christian holiday?
I wanted to flee the building, anything to get me out of this regrettable situation. How did I get here?
Share these comics with your favorite someone to spread some love. (Also, if anyone has more chocolates, please send them to me because I already ate my whole box.)
Calling all Jewish moms!
Valentine’s Day doesn’t feel like a day of love. More like a day of being bludgeoned by a papier-mache statue of your smuggest happy-couple friends.
It was the winter of 1940. She was 16, he was 19.
An exhibit celebrates the contributions of Jews to the business of chocolate.
The exhibit offers a fascinating, immersive account of the Jewish history of chocolate making and merchandising.
Fun fact: Champagne was often called the devil’s wine because of the bottle exploding or cork popping that occurred because of the inner pressure.