From Jewish troops to kosher cookies, the organization’s roots a century ago in Savannah are still evident today
Kashrut—even for pot—should involve morality as well as ritual
Gluten-free and vegan offerings abound at this year’s Kosherfest mega-expo
Phyllis Koegel, OU Kosher’s only female executive, persuades food companies to get certified with a hekhsher
The company’s new bacon-flavored cracker is kosher-certified by the OU
It’s not because they oppose contraception
OU says Los Pollos Hermanos isn’t kosher, despite on-screen certification
‘I may not hear very well, but I really know how to listen,’ says Rabbi Darby Leigh, as deaf Jews make strides in the community
A partridge native to Yemen might go extinct. A rabbi is trying to save it, because he thinks it’s kosher.
On same-sex marriage, Orthodox Jews should keep the religious and civil separate—as they do on other issues
Gluten-free matzo seems to offer deliverance for people with celiac disease and similar ailments. But this unleavened bread isn’t kosher for Seders.
A new initiative encourages Orthodox families to move to Houston, where Jewish life is affordable—but will New Yorkers be enticed by kosher chili?
In the new Jewish Edition of the word-guessing game Taboo, developed by two twentysomethings and a Jewish-games company, clues lean a little bit Zionist, and “Adam Sandler” was deemed too secular
Although he forgot our name, oh well
Please abstain … from its advice!
OU’s Diament says no; I say yes
Plus the kosher donkey, and more
The limits of a cross-denominational partnership aimed at helping Jewish educators
Plus don’t cry for A’jad, Elie Wiesel, and more
IDF confirms incident; skirmishes mild so far
Senators mention heritage as driving force
Ortho Union points out role observant Jewish voters played in several area races
And everyone seems impressed
A score from the House, Franken’s victory, and more from the news
Orthodox Union finds unlikely ally in Israeli high court
A painful metaphor, a strange role model, and a stupid mistake