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German Beer Kosher for Jews for Jesus?

By December 19, 2007

It's called "Simcha" and its blue and gold label flaunts a Star of David. Brewed in the former East German state of Saxony, it's a white pilsner with an alcohol content of 4.9%, and every step of its production is … Read More

Tuesday Taste Test: Alicia Silverstone’s Peanut Butter Rice Krispie Treats

By December 18, 2007

In our recent Q&A with Alicia Silverstone, she offered a few of her favorite recipes. This week's Tuesday Taste Test leaves the hard work up to you. Alicia promises that you'll love this sweetly humane snack. You tell us–how do … Read More

Q&A: Alicia Silverstone Wants You…To Stop Eating Meat

By December 17, 2007

Alicia Silverstone doesn't require much introducing. If you don't recognize that pouting punim, you've likely been living under a rock since, oh, about 1993. Fourteen years ago she rocked our worlds with debut appearances in a few highly memorable Aerosmith … Read More

What’s a Jew to Do on Christmas?

By December 14, 2007

I'm not going to pretend that I'm a fan of Anthony Bourdain. This is a man who has labeled all vegans as "rude" (ironic, considering he's easily one of the rudest people on television) and calls them the "Hezbollah-like splinter-faction" … Read More

2008 Candidates Like it Black and Artificial, Hillary Prefers to Eat Dead Things

By December 13, 2007

Who cares how the 2008 presidential candidates take their coffee? I certainly don't, and I'd assume you probably don't, either. However, someone over at the AP seems to think it's relevant. The Associated Press has "asked candidates a series of … Read More

What is it About Naked Chef Jamie Oliver?

By December 12, 2007

I've always been sort of fascinated by Jamie Oliver. Years ago, when I first stumbled upon his Food Network show The Naked Chef, I was mesmerized. It wasn't a cooking show so much as it was a "lifestyle" show with … Read More

Q&A with Judy Bart Kancigor, Author of Cooking Jewish

By December 10, 2007

What began as a family project has grown into a phenomenon: Judy Bart Kancigor set out in 1996 to preserve her many relatives' recipes for her (then unborn) grandchildren. Her first grandson, Jason, was about to enter the world, and … Read More

The Friday 5: Top Jewish Breakfasts

By December 7, 2007

Breakfast. Mothers, nutritionists, and teachers alike tell us that it's the most important meal of the day, and we Jews have a handful of unique breakfast dishes all our own. Have a killer recipe for one of the dishes listed? … Read More