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Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinzaltz, the acclaimed scholar whose landmark translation of the Talmud enabled a vast readership to access one of Judaism’s most canonical texts, was niftar on Friday … more
Huevos haminados, eggs cooked slowly through the night, are one of the most recognizable foods of the Sephardic kitchen. But in fact, the uniquely Jewish cooking method long predates its popularity … more
The reservations were rolling in, and Inbal Baum was preparing for her busiest summer yet of food tours through Israel’s famed open-air food markets. Her decade-old tour … more
Lou Kornreich’s Shabbat table is a microcosm of the Maine Jewish community. And he doesn’t like it. “When I have a discussion at the Shabbos table, there are those on the left … more
Despite their reputation, most bacteria are harmless. Many are vital to human life. Others, however, cause infections that lead … more
In the United States, when Jews say they identify as part of the Jewish “community,” they are saying they belong to a broad cultural and religious framework. They could … more
The murder of George Floyd, a Black American who was killed on May 25 while in police custody in Minneapolis, triggered the most widespread racially charged … more
Rabbi Pinchas Chatzinoff served as the Rav of the distinguished Tifereth Zvi Minyan at Yeshiva Zichron Aryeh in Bayswater since 1994. “Imrei Fi” is a powerful collection of insights … more
Noam Ofer might have been an unlikely candidate to join Israel’s burgeoning protest movement. At 76, he is older than most of the people who … more
I have a Jerry Seinfeld question. Why do Jewish celebrities keep whining about their parents? Popular actor-comedian-director Seth Rogen ignited an internet firestorm with his recent complaint … more
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