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Eitan Bernath, Shai Held, and Rivky Itzkowitz Are Here to Eat, Pray, Love

Jewish foods in Mexico City; love at the heart of Judaism; modest clothing for all body types

May 16, 2024
Tablet Magazine

This week on the show, we’re Eden Golan’s biggest fans.

TikTok phenom and cookbook author Eitan Bernath tells us about the Jewish foods featured in his new series, “Eitan Explores: Mexico City.”

Rabbi Shai Held of the Hadar Institute and the Answers WithHeld podcast delves into his new book, Judaism Is About Love.

And Orthodox clothing designer Rivky Itzkowitz shows off Impact Fashion, her size-inclusive fashion brand offering modest clothing for all.

Remember Shavit Romero, the gentile IDF soldier whose story we brought you a few weeks ago? He was just released from the hospital and now his real battle is beginning. If you’d like to support him as he recovers, you can chip in here:


The Israeli Eurovision winners heard in today’s episode are: “A-Ba-Ni-Bi” by Izhar Cohen and the Alphabeta, “Hallelujah” performed by Milk and Honey, “Diva” by Dana International, and “Toy” by Netta Barzilai.

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Eitan Bernath, Shai Held, and Rivky Itzkowitz Are Here to Eat, Pray, Love
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