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An ode to kugel: The best Jewish comfort food ever – NorthJersey.com

| November 25, 2021

How to stay healthy during the holidays Its hard to believe that its already the end of the year and with Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Years fast approaching this is the time when we come face to face with our greatest temptations and potential environmental hazards. An endless array of sumptuous food, delicious drinks, and hours of holiday travel make this perhaps the hardest time of year for all of us to keep ourselves safe and healthy. So here are 10 holiday health tips to keep you on track: Wochit Shannon Sarna, a South Orange resident and editor of The Nosher, a Jewish food website, was astounded the first time she ate a dairy kugel.

A short history of Jews and pumpkins The Forward – Forward

| November 25, 2021

I love pumpkin. I love it in a sweet dessert, I love it in a savory stew, and Im not afraid to say it I love it in my morning latte

How no one in my family knew this is beyond me. I took an at-home DNA test, only to discover Im cousins with this former president – MarketWatch

| November 25, 2021

Ive long been intrigued by genealogy, though its always felt like a giant, time-consuming undertaking to attempt to construct a complete family tree that goes beyond my great grandparents. But a few years ago, curiosity got the best of me, and I decided to send a saliva sample into two of the most well-known health and ancestry companies, 23andMe (the 23andMe Health + Ancestry Service is now at its lowest price of the year on Amazon for $99) and AncestryDNA (now on sale for $59, down from $99). I wanted to see if any unexpected morsels of information would pop up like maybe an undiscovered sibling or some heritage I wasnt aware of

Expert Talks the Who, What and When of Breast Cancer Genetic Testing – Curetoday.com

| November 25, 2021

Its a question asked at many doctor visits: What is your family health history? When applied to breast cancer risk and prevention, knowing the answer can save lives

From Latkes to Scallion Pancakes, Add These Fried Foods to Your Hanukkah Feast – Eater Atlanta

| November 25, 2021

Food and food traditions play a significant role in many Jewish holidays and celebrations, and the eight days of Hanukkah are no exception. This year, Hanukkah begins at sunset on Sunday, November 28, and ends Monday, December 6.

Resistance literature and ‘pedagogy of the oppressed’ in colonized Palestine – Mondoweiss

| November 25, 2021

This semester, I am teaching two novels and a few short stories written by brilliant, critical Orientals, and Africans following Edward Saids advice to make use of his work on orientalism so we might then produce new studies of our own that would illuminate the historical experience of Arabs and others, including Muslims, in a generous enabling mode, as he puts it in the Forward of his masterpiece Orientalism. I realized that the exploration of the multi-faceted reflections of these literary works with my Palestinian students, living all their life in besieged Gaza, might be a way into a discussion of the sources from which the East-West differences ultimately arise as a strategy for understanding what Said labels as the clash of ignorance.

Merchants and entrepreneurs – Inside Indonesia

| November 25, 2021

Budiman Minasny & Josh Stenberg Jewish communities in Indonesia have always been tiny, though their history is long. Jewish merchants are recorded in Sumatra in the tenth century, and diasporic and Israeli newspapers regularly report on the very small groups of Jews now living in Indonesia.

My very Jewish love letter to the Cavendish Mall IGA – The Concordian

| November 25, 2021

Spiritual connection can be found in the most mundane places It may seem peculiar to admit, but one of the spaces I feel the most unabashedly Jewish is in a chain grocery store.

Hanukkah preview of ’52 Shabbats’: brisket, latkes and challah fritters J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| November 16, 2021

The Hanukkah season is one of delight for young and old. For my children, it was the excitement of lighting the candles, opening gifts, spinning the dreidel and singing songs. For the adults, it was time spent connecting and remembering our traditions with family and friends and, of course, eating foods associated with the holiday.

Lebanese Muslim who posed as ultra-Orthodox Jew denies link to terror groups – The Times of Israel

| November 16, 2021

A Lebanese Muslim man who posed as an ultra-Orthodox Jew for a number of years told police this week he is not antisemitic and is not affiliated with any terror groups, according to media reports Thursday. On Monday it was reported that a Jewish newlywed woman from Brooklyn discovered two weeks after her Orthodox wedding that her husband, Eliyah Haliwa, is not Jewish.


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