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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: NEW TOP-RATED KOSHER WINES FOR THE FALL HIGH HOLIDAYS – Food & Beverage Magazine – Food & Beverage Magazine

| August 22, 2021

Theres little time to catch your breath between summer and the High Holiday season this year. With Labor Day and Rosh Hashana sharing the same date on the calendar, its not too soon to start thinking about festive meals, gatherings with loved ones, and other traditions that go hand-in-hand with the fall Jewish holidays. Fortunately, weve had another exceptional year for kosher wine production.

A conversation with Tony Collida of Chatawa and the Grand Pied – St. Louis Magazine

| August 22, 2021

Editor's Note: This article appeared in the August 2021 issue of SLM.Chatawa and the Grand Pied opened August 18.

The flavours of India, at home – Australian Jewish News

| August 9, 2021

Inspired by the British Raj and invoking the regal charms and sophistication of the elegant clubs of royal Indian and British high society, The Posh Spice takes Indian dining to an elevated experience. And in todays environment, the refined and stylish colonial Indian restaurant is bringing the spices and flavours of India to your home.

Welcome to Israel’s brand-new innovative culinary institute – ISRAEL21c

| August 9, 2021

James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Solomonov was in Tel Aviv on July 5 to headline the opening of Asif,a nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating and nurturing Israels diverse food culture. Established as a joint venture of the New York City-based Jewish Food Society and Tel Avivs Start-Up Nation Central, Asif (Hebrew for harvest) encompasses: Asif Caf and Deli

Avoiding recipe regret: how to record and revive your family recipes – The Guardian

| August 9, 2021

Lisa Goldberg still experiences regret when she thinks about recipes from her aunt she wasnt able to record.

Today there’s hummus in every grocery store. But it was once considered P.E.I.’s 1st ‘exotic’ cuisine – CBC.ca

| August 9, 2021

Tracy Michael figures she's made around 5,000 batches of hummus with her grandmother, who she called "Sitti." Growing up in Prince Edward Island's vibrant Lebanese community, the dish was a staple, and the ritual of making it is one of her earliest memories, said Michael, a registered dietitian who also teaches cooking classes. "I would help when I was just a little toddler. We'd come into the kitchen and help her

TV tonight: Queen Latifah returns as a modern-day Robin Hood in The Equalizer – The Guardian

| August 9, 2021

The Equalizer9pm, Sky Witness This reboot of the 80s crime-fighting classic sees Queen Latifah bringing some righteous swagger to the part of Robyn McCall, a mysterious former CIA operative gone rogue but using her powers for good. From one perspective, McCall is a single mother, raising her daughter

Eaters Guide to Dining and Drinking in Montreal – Eater Montreal

| July 21, 2021

Easily the largest French-speaking metropolis in North America, Montreal is a cultural junction and its wide array of food, from poutine to fine French cuisine, reflects that. From internationally famous restaurants to low-key neighbourhood haunts, this guide will direct you to the best Montreal has to offer. With the obligatory maple reference out of the way, lets clear something up: Montreal is not France

NEW AND NOTEWORTHY This Summer Around NYC – Broadway World

| July 21, 2021

Restaurants all around New York City are re-opening and many are starting exciting new initiatives for guests to experience. We have gathered some for our readers

This isolated Syrian community straddling the Israeli-Lebanese border is a culinary gem – Haaretz

| July 21, 2021

Muna Fatali places a frying pan over a gas flame and adds a few drops of zibde (butterfat), which she made herself by churning the fatty part of the milk. The moment the butterfat starts to sizzle in the hot pan, a delightful aroma pervades the room


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