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Wise & Otherwise: That’s a Slap in the Face Detroit Jewish News – The Jewish News

| September 22, 2021

Sixty-five years ago, in 1956, the rabbis who taught Hebrew subjects at the Yeshiva Beth Yehudah, then located on Dexter and Cortland, were allowed to slap male students for not behaving properly during class. Each teacher had a different type of slap. Most slapped across the face, some harder than others

BACALL’S FAMILY STEAKHOUSE TO BRING HOMESTYLE COOKING TO THE HEART OF TIMES SQUARE SEPTEMBER 2021 – Food & Beverage Magazine

| September 22, 2021

Bacalls Family Steakhouse, an all-new restaurant and vodka bar bringing homestyle cooking to the heart of Times Square, has announced that it will officially open its doors on September 17, 2021. Located at 220 West 44th Street (between 7th and 8th Avenue), Bacalls Family Steakhouse captures the spirit of New York City and Hollywood in the 1940s with its pairing of large portions of Jewish-Romanian inspired cuisine with classic Hollywood glamour. The restaurant officially opens its doors on the birthday of Dani Luv, famed troubadour of the Lower East Side for over 20 years, who will now be performing nightly at Bacalls.

Opinion: OMG! Do we really need an office of gastronomy in Montreal? – Montreal Gazette

| September 22, 2021

Breadcrumb Trail Links Surely some of our big-name restaurants require less support than, say, the local Haitian casse-crote.

Mega list of 40-plus restaurants and bars opening in Houston this fall – CultureMap Houston

| September 22, 2021

This year has been an exciting time for people who like trying new restaurants. Even as the industry has faced challenges such as rising prices and a labor shortage, an array of exciting new projects have opened since January.

A Dumpling Tour of the Upper West Side – Untapped New York

| September 16, 2021

The time is ripe for a dumpling tour of the Upper West Side.

The Comforting Fusion of Matzo Ball Ramen – msnNOW

| September 16, 2021

Provided by Food52 I hustled into Shalom Japan in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on a stormy Friday night. It was dimly lit inside and had all the ambience of a casual Japanese ramen joint. Inside the bathroom, there was an enlarged photo of a Levys Jewish Rye ad from the 60s, which read You dont have to be Jewish to love Levy's real Jewish Rye in large black letters, with a picture of a Japanese boy dressed in a white shirt and red tie holding his sandwich next to an open bag of Levys Jewish Rye.

The best weekend happy hours in Philly right now – The Philadelphia Inquirer

| September 16, 2021

Happy hour is great this is well-known. But for anyone who works later hours or has to make a long commute home, its also known that a 5 p.m

The 15 Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings in the US This Fall – Robb Report

| September 16, 2021

After a flurry of activity this past summer as many pandemic-delayed restaurants finally got to open their doors, fall looks to be a little quieter on the restaurant-opening front. The slowdown is understandable, especially as the Delta variant has put a bit of a crimp on the industrys roaring return

Great British Bake Off 2021: Meet the 12 bakers in the line-up – Metro.co.uk

| September 16, 2021

Bake Off is back! (Picture: Mark Bourdillon/Love Productions) Cancel all your Tuesday plans and get the biscuits in Bake Off is back. The 12th series of The Great British Bake Off is set to hit our screens next week, with Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith back to judge 12 keen amateur bakers on their skill, knowledge and flavours. Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas are back to host proceedings in the tent, as the new batch of bakers attempt to impress with their signature bakes, battle through the technical, and blow minds with their showstoppers.

Break the Fast with Italian Jewish Food – Jewish Exponent

| September 12, 2021

Spinach and goat cheese salad gbh007 / iStock / Getty Images Plus By Linda Morel Im in a mixed marriage. While my family emigrated from the Ashkenazi heartland of Germany and Lithuania, my husband Davids family came from Trieste, Italy. Like other Italian Jews, their cooking style was influenced by local cuisine.


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