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11 Times Great British Baking Show Proved Its Not That Good Anymore – Eater

| October 10, 2022

Like many on the internet this past week, the Eater staff had (to put it mildly) strong feelings about the Great British Bake Offs latest episode, the so-called Mexico Week. Even before the show aired in the U.S., it was clear Mexico Week would be offensive to many viewers. In teasers, hosts Matt Lucas and Noel Fielding, dressed in sombreros and serapes, made unfunny puns, which were then reiterated by the official GBBO Twitter account

Rogers Park ranks No. 5 best place to live in the U.S. – Chicago Agent magazine

| October 10, 2022

Nestled along the shores of Lake Michigan, Rogers Park is known as a charming north side neighborhood. But its also a bastion of diversity, blending cultures and religions from all over the world. It is, in fact, the most diverse neighborhood in Chicago: a rare quality which has earned the area national distinction.

We Just Spent A Weekend In The Most Liberal City Of The Middle East – Travel Off Path

| October 10, 2022

Share The Article Last Updated 1 day ago We just spent a weekend in whats arguably the most liberal and free city in the Middle East, and the things we found and saw there were far more surprising and dare we say, exciting than we were expecting. Writing for Travel Off Path, I like to think of myself as a lover of freedom and advocate for an open world. After all, we have been covering the different levels of restrictions imposed on citizens over the course of the last two years and strongly supporting the resumption of normal tourism.

Fly Out Of New York To Witness Italy’s Most Marvelous Gems – TheTravel

| October 10, 2022

Italy is a top country on many world travelers' bucket lists and one of the leading European travel destinations; with its millenary history, scenic resort towns, fascinating monuments and museums, and world-renowned cuisine, it isnt hard to see why. Beyond well-known classics like the Coliseum and the leaning tower, Italy never runs out of things to explore. Flying out to Italy from New York can be a more straightforward endeavor than expected, and with a smart traveling package, travelers can discover everything this country has to offer.

I Never Felt Connected to My Jewish HeritageUntil I Rediscovered It Through Food Halfway Across the World – Well+Good

| September 29, 2022

I get asked about my cultural background more than most peoplein large part, I suppose, because I look ethnically ambiguous. Im equal parts Filipino and Ashkenazi Jewish, but since my upbringing barely scratched the surface of eithers heritage, these markers of identity have largely been more based in DNA than anything else.

One Man’s Search for the First Hebrew-Lettered Cookbook – Atlas Obscura

| September 29, 2022

A few months ago, Andrs Koerner, the foremost expert on Hungarian Jewish culinary historyfinally got to see the treasure hed chased for years.

Fall in St. Louis means it’s time to embrace the Jewishness of the pumpkin – – St. Louis Jewish Light

| September 29, 2022

Jordan Palmer, Chief Digital Content OfficerPublished September 27, 2022 Dear Reader, Fall has officially begun, and it appears the summer heat that has endured here in St. Louis is finally gone. Its time now to think about fall-like things, Rosh Hashanah, Yom, Kippur, long sleeve shirts and sweaters, colorful leaves, October baseball and of course pumpkins.

Uman Celebrates the Jewish New Year – Kyiv Post

| September 29, 2022

Autumn is here and, despite the ongoing war, Hasidic pilgrims from all over the world are arriving in Ukraine to honor one of the founders of the Hasidic movement. Every year in September the population of the town of Uman in Cherkasy region (190 km south of Kyiv), quadruples as Hasidic Jews pour in to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. They make the pilgrimage to Uman because one of the founding fathers of Hasidism, Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav, is buried there.

From Vineyard to Your Holiday Table, Here’s a Global Selection of Wines to Celebrate the Holidays from Royal Wine Corp – PRUnderground

| September 29, 2022

With the holidaysapproaching, this is the perfect time to broaden your horizons and discover the wine gems that Israel, California, Italy, and France have to offer.

Kosher and spice: A culinary adventure of India’s Jewish food – Stuff

| August 18, 2022

If theres something Laura Greenfield has learned from her food adventures its that shes a small cog in a very big wheel. For years now the Wellington chef has been exploring Jewish cuisine and the journey has shown her just how diverse and far-ranging the people of her religion are. Jewish people have travelled all over the world, they've had to because theyve been persecuted and have gone where trade is.


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