Crisco and Jews: A story 4000 years in the making – The Jewish News of Northern California

| March 3, 2020

Crisco is Kosher, home economist Marion Harris Neil wrote more than 100 years ago in The Story of Crisco, a recipe book published by Procter & Gamble. Rabbi Moses S. Margolies of New York, the paragraph continued, said that the Hebrew Race had been waiting 4,000 years for Crisco

Conservatives Blast Michelle Malkins Anti-Semitic Questions: Once Admired Her. This is Disgusting. – Mediaite

| March 3, 2020

Michelle Malkin is catching grief from conservatives over comments made at the American First Political Action Conference [AFPAC] last week in which she defended questions about the number of Holocaust victims from World War II. Malkin is nothing if not a provocateur, and as such, her primary rhetorical goal often seems less about informing her audience, but instead provoking people into anger and animus, either in concert with her opinion or, in many cases, in disagreement with what shes said. As her influence has waned of late, her inflammatory rhetoric has only burned brighter and has included endorsing anti-Semitic trolls.

Purim recipes: Sweet carrot hamantaschen and tortellini with chickpeas – The Jewish News of Northern California

| March 3, 2020

Purim foods often symbolize the virtue of Esther, the downfall of Haman, the surprises of the Megillah and the sweetness of overcoming evil. This Purim (sunset March 9 to nightfall March 10), try two new recipes that draw on these traditions. Candied Carrot Hamantaschen are shaped like the evil viziers hat (or pocket) and celebrate the Jewish victory

1,000-year-old Bible might pave way for future of Egypts Jewish heritage – The Jerusalem Post

| March 3, 2020

For two millennia, Cairo was home to a thriving Jewish community. For centuries, the citys Jewish neighborhood, or Harat al-Yahud, buzzed with thousands of people who belonged to one of the many synagogues in the area, including the famous Maimonides Synagogue, which was named after the renowned rabbi and physician when he moved to the city from Cordoba in the second half of the 12th century.It was probably not far from there that a little over a century before Maimonidess arrival, in the year 4788, or 1028 according to the Gregorian calendar, the scribe Zechariah Ben Anan completed a masterpiece that had required him years of work: a copy of the Ketuvim, or Writings, the third part of the Tanach.Almost a thousand years later, the superb manuscript might embody an unprecedented opportunity for the future of the Jewish heritage in Egypt, as Prof. Yoram Meital, a historian from the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, told The Jerusalem Post.Meital came across the manuscript wrapped in inexpensive white paper in 2017 during a study visit at the Moshe Deri Synagogue in Cairo.

20 things to do in Calgary this week: March 2 to 5 | Listed – Daily Hive

| March 3, 2020

From Calgary Flames games to all-you-can-eat wings, theres plenty to check out around Calgary during this first full week of March! What:Learn all about Dungeons & Dragons on the first Monday of the month at The Ship & Anchor.These nights are specifically designed for anyone who has no experience with the world of tabletop role-playing games such as D&D, Pathfinder, or any of the others out there. The evening will begin with a first-come-first-served selection of a character to play, followed by a quick Q&A, then diving right into the adventure.

Music From All Over The Globe is Heading to Joe’s Pub This Spring & Summer – Broadway World

| March 3, 2020

Joe's Pub - a program and venue of The Public Theater - brings the world to New York City this spring and summer.