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Kosher diners can now experience everything that Israeli food has to offer.
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Three ideas for users of all the popular dating applications and websites.
These flavorful snacks will have you munching for more.
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The music legend was actually excited to shmooze with a group of Jewish teenagers and show off his Jewish connections.
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Many Iranian American Jews likely will not have Jewish descendants in the coming decades. It’s our fault. We’re applying an old formula to a new country.
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The renowned virologist passed away recently at the age of 95.
The inside story of a rebellious Jewish sect that begun in the Middle Ages.
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Torah scholar, financial leader, socialite and mother, “Rabbanit” Farha blazed a path for women’s scholarship and business in India and Britain.
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The Jewish Israeli skincare entrepreneur, who partnered with two Muslim investors, shares how trauma shaped who she is today.
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Sometimes you have to give in.
Why do we need to be told that Esau got up and left after selling his birthright to his younger brother Jacob?
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The word "Lobbes" or "Lobbus" is part of the vernacular of British Jews, but few Jews in the United States have ever heard it. If one can say such a thing - Yaakov Avinu was a 'bit of a lobbes.
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A classic Middle Eastern dish with spiced stewed tomatoes topped with poached eggs.
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How did Jews get to Australia?
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It’s time to try some Injera and Doro Wat, here’s why.
An easier way to make the Ethiopian flatbread.
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How to live a meaningful and spiritual life.
Although there are many differences between these groups such as the languages they speak, the foods they eat, or even the Jewish customs and traditions they keep, they all share the core connection of Judaism and are a part of one peoplehood.
The actor Robert Clary, 96, has died. Here is his harrowing story.
Little actions numerous times a day make the difference.
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The provocative scholar’s views on Kanye, effective responses to antisemitism, and being Jewish in a non-Jewish world.
From the moment it was officially announced that she would be a cast member, she has faced a torrent of antisemitic comments.
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Join the fermentation revival and make your own.
The amazing story of Dr. Maurice Hilleman, the father of modern vaccines.
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Looks like a pumpkin, tastes like a pumpkin, but it’s challah!
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How to make rugelach like your NY Jewish bakery.
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A story of an old-world pastry with new-world flavors, and plenty of twists.
This yeast based cookie is a staple in Israel.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Whether you found Dave Chapelle's monologue amusing or offensive, one thing is clear: we must respond thoughtfully and effectively to antisemitism.
Why is it that time seems to go faster the older we get?
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How to practice gratitude as a family.
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Thomas Jefferson argued that when it comes to religion, “Divided we stand, united we fall.”
by Elliot Mathias
And I thought his monologue was funny.
by Laura Labovitz
Giving Thanks For The Recipes Of Our People
The comedian is far too smart to be as crude as Kanye, and that’s what makes his offensive jokes more damaging and dangerous.
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Can you be too smart for your own good?
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An encounter with the Unknowables: faith, prayer, and a Force beyond the self.
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The Hot Israeli Beverage To Add To Your Thanksgiving Table.
The banking family’s patriarch has died at age 91.
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And why he doesn’t have to.
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