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Saul’s Deli, a 36-year-old Berkeley institution, has been sold – Berkeleyside

| August 4, 2022

Theyve all owned Sauls! (Clockwise from left) David Rosenthal, Peter Levitt, Sam Tobis, Jesus Chuy Mendoza, Karen Adelman and Andra Lichtenstein. Credit Daniil Vishnevskiy Sauls Restaurant and Delicatessen1475 Shattuck Ave.

Brisket wasn’t always on the table … – JNS.org

| August 4, 2022

(July 29, 2022 / JNS) Last month, tens of thousands of people descended on Tel Avivs Sarona Park to sample seitan, sprouts and seaweed. Vegan Festthe largest gathering of its kind in the worldreconfirmed Israels status as the Vegan Nation, with more than 5% of the Israeli population avoiding meat and dairy

Food historian and ‘Koshersoul’ author Michael Twitty coming to JCCSF J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| August 4, 2022

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Cultural Calendar: Where to Go and What to Read in August – Saveur

| August 4, 2022

Theres a running joke among Americans in Paris about EuropeansParisians especiallysigning off the entire month of August. (True enough; I recently tried to reschedule a late July meeting only to be offered a raincheck for September.) Sure, the jokes a little tired, considering plenty of people work throughout the summer. But it does seem fair to say that August days are long and languid

Ayo Edebiri Does Not Think ‘The Bear’ Is Sexy – The Cut

| August 4, 2022

Photo: Frazer Harrison/WireImage If you were anywhere near a screen this summer, you may have developed a crush on a certain artfully tattooed chef who captured the hearts and loins of every straight woman with a Hulu account. While FXs The Bear introduced us to Carmy (Jeremy Allen White), a discourse-laden collection of red flags, it also introduced us to Sydney, his ambitious new sous-chef played by comedian Ayo Edebiri.

An American Jew’s 2022 visit to Saudi Arabia | Jeffrey Kass | The Blogs – The Times of Israel

| July 23, 2022

When family and friends, Jews and non-Jews alike, first heard that I, as an American Jew, had planned to visit the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the warnings and concern were swift and loud. Are you crazy? Do you want to be kidnapped or killed?

New Hampshire Is Tiny And Pretty Weird. That Could Help Maggie Hassan. – FiveThirtyEight

| July 23, 2022

ILLUSTRATION BY EMILY SCHERER We remain in something of a summer doldrums for polling, and the overall outlook for November remains about the same as in recent weeks.

The Yotam Ottolenghi effect: The superstar chef on how the pandemic, and parenthood, have simplified his recipes – Stuff

| July 23, 2022

Its difficult to overstate Yotam Ottolenghis influence on food today, both the home-cooked and restaurant varieties. When the Israel-born chef published his first, eponymous cookbook in 2008, it introduced the world to the food with which he and his business partner Sami Tamimi had been transforming Londoners palates since they opened their deli joint venture six years before: inventive, complex fare that brought once exotic ingredients into a certain food mainstream. If youve ever eaten a dish including rosewater, sumac, zaatar or pomegranate molasses in a Kiwi restaurant - not to mention found them available to buy in a local shop - youve probably, in part, got Ottolenghi to thank.

The food legacy of a Holocaust survivor – BBC

| July 21, 2022

A mere block from Budapest's mammoth Keleti railway station sits Tibor Rosenstein's eponymous restaurant. The entrance comes off a quiet, unassuming residential corner far from the city's traditional culinary hubs. But like a temple, Rosenstein Restaurant stands alone as a monument to historical Jewish-Hungarian cuisine drawing celebrities, television personalities and Jewish gastronomic globetrotters eager for a taste of the past.

A Traveling Jewish Deli Exhibit Tells an American Tale in Pickles and Pastrami – The New York Times

| July 21, 2022

LOS ANGELES The colors are fading, but the photograph of the Carnegie Deli from 2008 still calls up a world of heaping pastrami sandwiches, pungent smells of brine and smoke, and tourists lined out the door onto Seventh Avenue in New York.


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