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How two Black parents in Texas took action after feeling ignored in the critical race theory fight – The Dallas Morning News

| February 11, 2022

Jenelle Berry-Cook sat silently near the back of the room, hyperaware that she was one of only a few Black people in a crowded church assembly space. Up in front was a white Plano school board member, leading a group of parents through a training session on how to spot and fight critical race theory.

The Big Nosh to highlight Jewish cuisine – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

| January 30, 2022

To know a community is to know its food, said the late chef and former Rabbi Gil Marks. If you are looking to get a taste of Wilmingtons Jewish epicurean community or are just in the mood for some delicious treats, check out the Temple of Israels Big Nosh fundraising event happening 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Dickinson-based Lutheran church rocked by allegations – The Dickinson Press

| January 30, 2022

Editors Note: The following article features vulgarities and race-related coverage.

7 FOOD HALLS THAT SIZZLE – Leisure Group Travel

| January 26, 2022

By Isabella Wilkes From 2016 to 2019, the number of food halls in America has almost doubled, and this growth has continued into 2021. Food halls are unique for their wide selection of food styles and flavors from local and international cuisine. For group travel, food halls are the perfect spot to grab a meal.

Top Chef Spike Mendelsohn Is Leading the Plant-Based Renaissance – LIVEKINDLY

| January 26, 2022

On January 24, the first PLNT Burger in New York Cityand the chains first standalone locationdebuted in Union Square. We spoke with former Top Chef contestant Spike Mendelsohn about the Greek and Jewish comfort foods that built his early palate, how surfing inspired his plant-based shift, and why he champions fast food

Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch and the Legacy of Afro-Asia – lareviewofbooks

| January 26, 2022

BEFORE HIS INVOLVEMENT in revolutionary party politics in Vietnam, Nguyen Ai Quoc (later known as Ho Chi Minh) worked as a chef. We know relatively little about the details of Nguyen Ai Quocs life during this period, which he spent in Europe and the United States, working as a cook in Boston, London, and aboard a French steam ship. This gap in the otherwise sprawling archive of his life is mysterious, and ripe for speculation what was it like for this colonial subject to work as a cook in the heart of an empire?

The light that failed: Why liberalism is in crisis – The New Statesman

| January 26, 2022

In a new series, named Face to Face in homage to the former New Statesman editor John Freemans celebrated television interviews of the 1960s, todays foremost thinkers, writers and politicians debate the forces reshaping the world. We begin with a written exchange between Ross Douthat, author and columnist at the New York Times, and our own John Gray

The History of the Jewish Deli in NYC – Untapped New York

| January 22, 2022

When thinking about iconic New York City eateries, many may point to Peter Luger Steakhouse, Patsys Italian Restaurant, or Wo Hop in Chinatown. But chances are, the first that comes to mind is Katzs Delicatessen, open for (debatedly) well over a century serving up classic pastrami on ryes and matzoh ball soups.

The secrets of chicken soup – Spectator.co.uk

| January 22, 2022

Catherine Chicken is sickly.

Israeli cuisine in N.Y.C. has never been hotter. Here are the top restaurants right now – Haaretz

| January 22, 2022

Until the spring of 2020, any Israeli chef worth their salt felt compelled to have their own restaurant in New York. Then came the pandemic, spurring an exodus of Israelis from New York. Many restaurants changed menu or simply closed down


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