The Yom Ha’atzmaut Celebration At the State Fair grounds felt like an Israeli shuk right here in Minnesota. We were there to tell you about it.
Tag: "Jewish food"
On April 19th, 250 Jewish students came together on campus to celebrate a Shabbat dinner, through the efforts of U of M Chabad and Hillel.
Andrew Zimmern’s Field Guide To Exceptionally Weird, Wild & Wonderful foods is a joy to read. It’s not for picky eaters, but for those interested in bat meat and brains, this is the book for you.
Jerusalem, a new cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi explores the rich history and culture of Jerusalem through the food traditions of one Israeli and one Palestinian.
Why would 57 Jews ride 3,600 miles across the country on bicycles? Haven’t we wandered enough? Hazon means vision, and these bikers are committed to creating healthier and more sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond.
Matzah has been called the drywall of unleavened bread. Well, I bet even drywall is better with pizza toppings.