Why the Hottest Italian Restaurant in San Francisco Has Jewish Stars on the Menu

Why the Hottest Italian Restaurant in San Francisco Has Jewish Stars on the Menu

Rachel Ringler, The Nosher, 09/16/2019

Celebrating centuries-old dishes from Italy's Jewish ghettos.

When Food Betrayed the Jews

When Food Betrayed the Jews

Susan Barocas, Lilith, 07/01/2018

Today, when we eat a sopapilla in a Mexican restaurant, enjoy a slice of sponge cake or an almond cookie, or share Spanish tapas with friends, we don’t recognize that these and other dishes can be traced back through centuries to Spain’s medieval Jews and the recipes that Spanish Jewish women carried when they fled religious persecution, scattering over much of the known world.

They came for the World Cup and stayed for Shabbat

They came for the World Cup and stayed for Shabbat

Dovid Margolin, SunSentinel, 06/28/2018

Soccer fans enjoy a kosher meal at the Chabad Jewish community center in Samara, Russia.

Beyond the Bagel: 6 Jewish Foods You Need to Try

Beyond the Bagel: 6 Jewish Foods You Need to Try

Devorah Lev-Tov, Tasting Table, 09/18/2017

From gefilte fish to the mufletta, Jewish cuisine is as varied as the many countries Jews have lived in

The Michelin Star Chef Who Opened a Kosher Taco Truck

The Michelin Star Chef Who Opened a Kosher Taco Truck

Shannon Sarna, The Nosher, 07/06/2017

What happens when Jewish food meets street tacos and Michelin-star cooking techniques.

Tales from India’s kosher kitchens: Celebrating Indo-Jewish cuisine
Kosher Taco Truck Tours Streets Of El Paso

Kosher Taco Truck Tours Streets Of El Paso

Webmast, Here & Now, 08/21/2013

MexiKosher Takes Chopped

MexiKosher Takes Chopped

Lara Rabinovitch, Heeb, 08/20/2013

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The challenge of keeping China kosher

The challenge of keeping China kosher

Ching-Ching Ni, Los Angeles Times, 02/05/2008

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