Try Some Of These Bizarre Fruits At Your Rosh Hashana Table

Every Rosh Hashana, families gather at two festive evening meals, replete with round challah, apples and honey and more. While apples and honey are the beloved simanim (signs) of the first night of Rosh Hashana, along with dates, fish, leeks, carrots, squash along with different additional traditions for different families, the second night brings a […]

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Kosher Barbecue Festival Heats Up Atlanta’s Culinary Scene

Metro Atlanta’s Kosher BBQ Festival returns to the suburb of Dunwoody this October, celebrating its 8th year. With kosher ribs, chicken, brisket and chili on tap, the 4,000 expected attendees will enjoy the largest barbecue competition in the southeast. The festival was featured in the film No Pork on the Fork and it features 25 […]

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Kosher Ecohotel Opens in English Countryside

The first kosher ecohotel in Europe has opened in Kent, southwest of London. Combining Jewish traditions with environmental awareness, the Sadeh Farmhouse advertises itself as a family-friendly retreat in the style of a kibbutz with a quaint, English countryside twist. Housed in a 17th century manor, a recent refurbishment saw it change from being a […]

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