In upholding bans on kosher and halal animal slaughter, Europe’s Court of Justice affirmed the acceptability of an ugly new expression of an old prejudice
The spirit and the letter of keeping kosher
When keeping kosher is a lifelong journey, your parents are along for the ride
In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi’: Why are Jews allowed to drink milk at all? Plus: what Talmudic rabbis misunderstood about menstruation and the sources of other bodily fluids. Also: the right way to sacrifice a donkey.
In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi’: Are the laws of kashrut based on an overly wide interpretation of a single verse in Deuteronomy?
Seder plates and kosher meals are so popular behind bars some inmates convert just to get them
There’s no halachic reason not to use the popular oil, but the environmental devastation it causes ought to make us all stop and search for more ethical alternatives
A Jerusalem eatery uses innovations like lamb bacon and vegan cheese to serve up kosher and delicious versions of sinful delights
There’s no surer path to peace than suing a fast food franchise
Teen Batia Bresca is the latest in an illustrious line of Jewish participants in the world of competitive cooking
‘Jewish food isn’t something new to Berlin. It thrived here before, and should be here now.’
A growing number of Israeli restaurants are obtaining alternative kosher certifications, many of which are administered by an organization called Hashgacha Pratit, or ‘private supervision’
I once questioned cooking with kosher bacon, but now I’m in love with it. Here are two delicious ‘facon’ recipes.
Go ahead, eat a Thin Mint after you’ve finished that helzel
A first in kosher pain relief
‘Recipes for food she had, but not so much recipes for life. But her cooking. Her cooking was the flawless creation that she wasn’t’
Petition garners over 500 signatures in first week
Voilà: ‘A super-food with twice the nutritional value of kale’