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A New Definition of Jewish Food Emerges in Bay Area Kitchens – Eater SF

| November 30, 2021

When the sun set on November 28, Jews across the world lit two candles to observe the first night of Hanukkah (the first is called a shamash, a helper candle that lights all the others). But for chef and owner Craig Stoll of San Francisco Italian restaurant Delfina, Hanukkah started weeks earlier, when the restaurant opened up online orders for latkes, along with fixings of Belfiore creme fraiche and Sqirl conserva

Comic-Con on the Come-Up – San Diego Jewish World

| November 30, 2021

Overview of Comic Con Exhibit Hall, November 2021 By Shor M. Masori SAN DIEGO Comic-Con@Home once again took place online this past summer due to Covid fears. However, Comic-Con also hosted a live convention in San Diego this year, perplexingly on Thanksgiving weekend

Chef Pati Jinich Shares Treasures of the Mexican Table – Jewish Journal

| November 30, 2021

What makes a good meal? Is it aromatic spices and harmonic flavors? Or, is it flavorful ingredients passed down from generation to generation

Viking.TV Celebrates The Rhine River With Week Of New Programming – Yahoo Finance

| November 30, 2021

British Photographer Alastair Miller Documents Rhine Getaway Journey on Viking's Award-Winning Enrichment Channel LOS ANGELES, Nov. 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Viking (www.viking.com) announced this week a celebration of the Rhine River with a new original series on its award-winning enrichment channel, Viking.TV (www.viking.tv)

These Hanukkah treats are worth your time – St. Louis Jewish Light

| November 23, 2021

Move overlatkesandsufganiyotmake room forshlishkasandkokosh. Not familiar with these Hungarian Hanukkah treats?

Visit Vilnius, Lithuania, for warm people and unexpected experiences – The Jerusalem Post

| November 23, 2021

From the hotel dcor and staff attire to the citys architecture and cuisine, Vilnius doesnt feel Eastern European.

Diplomatic Spotlight – The Washington Diplomat

| November 23, 2021

Dutch Embassy bestows Anne Frank Award on Nita LoweyChairwoman Lowey receives award from Dutch Ambassador Andr Haspels On Oct.

Dwell Picks: 26 Gifts Were Loving This Year – Dwell

| November 23, 2021

From a cozy throw blanket by a Los Angeles designer featured in this years Dwell 24, to a stylish, insulated cardigan and a toaster oven that could change your life, treat yourself or someone on your gift list to the items we cant stop talking about.

Heres the new Mediterranean cookbook you need now – Forward

| November 21, 2021

Claudia Rodens first book on Middle Eastern food came out in 1968, when many people thought the now-ubiquitous cuisine was mostly comprised of sheeps eyes and testicles. I could never have even dreamt of it, she said of the evolution. Roden is 85 now, and just published her twelfth full-length, solo cookbook, Claudia Rodens Mediterranean: Treasured Recipes From a Lifetime of Travel (Ten Speed Press).

Bridge and Road Repairs Ahead, but Where? – The New York Times

| November 21, 2021

Its Monday. Well look at what the infrastructure bill will mean for New York. Well also look at new delicatessens that are designed to look old


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