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Every New Vendor Coming to Smorgasburg LA Next Month Starting July 4 – Eater LA

| June 27, 2021

Smorgasburg, the weekly Downtown LA outdoor food bazaar, is back after a year-plus hiatus during the (still ongoing) coronavirus pandemic and now theres a new slew of restaurant names to add to the massive five-acre space.

I wont get vaccine, and the reasons political | Letters – nj.com

| June 27, 2021

I still have not been vaccinated against COVID-19.

Decision to close HaMaqom ‘irreversible,’ leadership says J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| June 27, 2021

The local Jewish community might have been shocked last week when HaMaqom | The Place, the Berkeley-based adult education organization known for decades as Lehrhaus Judaica, announced that it would be shutting its doors at the end of the summer session. But the institutions leadership was not caught off guard. Financial woes had been growing at the nonprofit, although chief financial and operating officer Jaimie Baxter, speaking to J

Smorgasburg returns July 4 with an incredible list of 2021 vendors – California News Times

| June 27, 2021

Last year it spawned some of LAs most innovative pop-up restaurants, but now SmorgasburgYou can find some of them in the Arts District every Sunday. On July 4, the first major weekly food event since March 2020, more than 80 food and retail outlets will be featured in ROWDTLAs 7th Street Produce Market space

Exclusive Cover Reveal: My Fine Fellow by Jennieke Cohen – The Nerd Daily

| June 27, 2021

We are thrilled to be revealing the cover for Jennieke CohensMy Fine Fellow, which releases on January 11th 2022 from HarperTeen! This new YA release is a gender-flipped Pygmalion set in an alternate 1800s London where two young female Culinarians recruit a street vendor to teach him to become a gastronomic star for the upper crust.My Fine Fellow is now available for pre-order. Culinary delights abound, romance lingers in the air, and plans go terribly, wonderfully astray in this cheeky and charming historical tale, perfect for fans ofBridgerton orDickinson. Its 1830s England, and Culinariansdoyens who consult with societys elite to create gorgeous food and confectionsare the crme de la crme of high society

Best of the Balearics: four Spanish islands to visit from the green list – The Guardian

| June 27, 2021

A lot of us have been dreaming of plunging into the Balearic Islands glittering seas over the last year, and with a bit of luck the fantasy may become a reality before too long. Floating in the Mediterranean isnt the only thing on our Balearic wishlist though

Soft, pink and light like a flower: Chik-cha halwa and Grandmother Shebabeth – The Hindu

| June 16, 2021

I always make it a point to visit the synagogue on the Jewish new year or Rosh-Hashanna, when the shofar, a rams horn, is blown: it resounds with a sound as ancient as time. To mark the occasion, we eat apples dipped in honey along with a sweet called chik-cha halwa, which is the essence of Bene Israel Jewish cuisine. This halwa, made with coconut milk, wheat extract and sugar, has a smooth and silky texture, a jelly-like consistency

What Does Europe Have Against Halal? – Boston Review

| June 16, 2021

Image: Flickr Food is becoming a target for anti-Islam politics.

Weddings are Back! And So is Atlanta Wedding Extravaganza – Atlanta Jewish Times

| June 16, 2021

Weddings are Back! And so is Wedding Planning. According to The New York Times, The race to schedule weddings is on. Its a relief for a huge industry that has suffered during the pandemic

The 2021 Food Issue: Rolling in Dough – Washington City Paper

| June 16, 2021

The pandemic revealed just how connected we are as citizens of the world. Few corners of the earth escaped the deadly COVID-19 virus and nations worked in tandem to contain it.


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