Food & Drink

Artisanal Wine for Passover From a California Wine-Country Rabbi
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Hands-on production has had unexpected spiritual benefits
Rabbi Takes Second in Clergy-Based ‘Chopped’ Competition
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Chabad emissary in Upstate New York puts the spotlight on kosher cooking
Winemaking Rabbi Takes Napa Valley One Bottle at a Time
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When a young couple from Brooklyn moved to California’s Napa Valley in 2006, perhaps the last thing they expected was that they would one day be making their own wine. And if making wine seemed to be impossible, selling it was certainly out of the question.
Kfar Chabad Central to IKEA’s Observance of Kosher Laws
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You can’t miss an IKEA. Full of furniture and household items with Swedish names many find hard to pronounce, the stores all look the same – big, blue, and yellow.
Greece’s Sole Kosher Restaurant Opens Doors in Athens
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Rabbi Mendel and Nechama Hendel got a new experience this past August when they became restaurateurs, opening up Gostijo, Greece’s only kosher restaurant.
Scotland’s Sole Kosher Restaurant Celebrates Fifth
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Having eaten in kosher restaurants in America, London, and Manchester, Garry Mann has a basis for comparison when he’s sitting down for one of his regular meals at L’Chaim’s Restaurant in Glasgow.
Celebrated Kosher Pastry Chef Returns to Kitchen Where it All Started
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When Paula Shoyer, the Chevy Chase, Md., pastry chef and cookbook author was invited to conduct a cooking demonstration for a group of enthusiastic foodies at a Brooklyn, N.Y., Jewish center, she never expected to be standing in the very kitchen where as a little girl she first learned the art of baking.
Northern Alabama Restaurant Serves First-Ever Kosher Meal
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When Rabbi Laibel Berkowitz received a call one morning from the Raytheon Company, he was a bit taken aback. What would the defense contractor want to talk about with the director of Chabad-Lubavitch Jewish Center of North Alabama?
Napa Valley Rabbi’s Vines Develop Local Following
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When a spiritual calling took Rabbi Elchonon and Chana Tenenbaum and their family to California’s Napa Valley four years ago, they knew that they would face a new beginning, and a lot of hard work.
University of Washington Latest School to Offer Kosher Dining Option
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After a grassroots campaign by Jewish students, people wishing to have a snack of the kosher variety can choose from a selection of sandwiches at three campus locations.
Kosher Catering an Option for Tourists Throughout Northern Arizona
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Based out of a Flagstaff Chabad House, Grand Canyon Kosher Catering provides what used to be impossible: a hot kosher meal.
Kosher Meals at University Leave Students Hungry for More
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At the urging of Rabbi Dovid Tiechtel, co-director of the Chabad Center for Jewish Student Life, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign now gives their students the option of eating kosher meals every day.
A Taste of Japan in German Capital's Chabad House
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Sushi is now on the menu at Berlin’s Rohr Chabad Center.
This Shabbat Treat Will Leave Taste Buds Jumping
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The addition of some fiery jalapeño pepper adds a kick to challah served at the Chabad Jewish Student Center at Texas A&M University.
A Spiritual Salad: Australian Chef Finds Link Between Faith and Food
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Rabbi Chef David Trakhtman seeks to remake the kosher food industry from his corner of the Southern Hemisphere.
Tilapia Will Do, But Authenticity Demands Australian Blue Eye
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David Trakhtman’s “Pan-fried Blue Eye on sweet potato mash & saffron broth” reflects his fusion of Jewish law and culinary art.
Hawaii Gets a Taste of Yiddishkeit With Kosher Deli
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From London to Hawaii, by way of Miami, Yudi Weinbaum, 25, brings the flavors of the old country to Jews in the middle of the Pacific with a deli bearing his name.
New Kosher Cookbook From Suburban Baltimore Chabad House
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KosherLicious Dishes – that brings together a collection of creative and delicious recipes, including some of the synagogue's favorite recipes.
Fish Dish Twist for the Nine Days
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Song Shu Gui Yu, or Whole Mandarin Fish from Dini's Kosher Restaurant in Beijing, China
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