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Yona Levi


Passover Punchlines

What was Aaron's official title? Chief of Staff.

Perfectly Pareve

“Pareve” is like the Switzerland of kosher food. And the concept can be applied to every aspect of Jewish life.

Is Kichel a Cracker or a Cookie?

Yes, this is one of the most important questions in Jewish life.

Questions All Yeshiva High Schools Should Ask

If you want to get into a Yeshiva, you should have to answer these.

What’s so Jewish About Brisket?

If Bubbie is cooking up the classics, then brace yourself for some brisket.

Death of the Deli

From Reuben’s in London to Schmulka Bernstein’s in New York’s Lower East Side, delis are dropping like flies.

Making a Tsimmes

Cooking a carrot dish or making a scene? You decide.

Jews and Game of Thrones

What do the Jewish People and the television show “Game of Thrones” have in common?

What Am I, Chopped Liver?

Everything you ever wanted to know about kosher chopped liver.

Is Schnitzel Jewish?

According to schnitzologists there are many reasons for the strong Jewish connection to schnitzel.

Where Does Matzah Ball Soup Come From?

No two cooks serve the exact same matzah ball.

Jews and Sushi

At the average wedding, the sushi bar often has better attendance than the chuppah ceremony.

25 Signs Camp Second Session Wasn’t as Good as Its First

Including "Reverse Visiting Day" on which campers are sent home to visit their parents.

How Should You Break the Fast?

Don’t stress when you fress, and don’t cheat when you eat.

A Brief History of Rugelach

“Rugelach” is a Yiddish word that literally means “little twists.”

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