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Eight Crazy Nights of Chanukah Cheese Pairings: Night 3

On the third night of Chanukah, Chef Isaac at Pomegranate showed us Classic Cheddar with Sliced Apples and Beer Jam.   This post was sponsored. To learn how you can sponsor a post, please email paige@jewinthecity.com. If you found this content meaningful and want to help further our mission through our Keter, Makom, and Tikun […]

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Eight Crazy Nights of Chanukah Cheese Pairings: Night 2

On the second night of Chanukah, Chef Isaac showed us…Blow-Torched Raclette with Pickled Mustard Seed!   This post was sponsored. To learn how you can sponsor a post, please email paige@jewinthecity.com. If you found this content meaningful and want to help further our mission through our Keter, Makom, and Tikun branches, please consider becoming a […]

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Eight Crazy Nights of Chanukah Cheese Pairings: Night 1

For the first night of Chanukah, Chef Isaac at Pomegranate showed us…Romesco Coated Goat Cheese with Romesco Sauce and Red Grapes!   This post was sponsored. To learn how you can sponsor a post, please email paige@jewinthecity.com. If you found this content meaningful and want to help further our mission through our Keter, Makom, and […]

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Chanukah Haul at Pomegranate!

Looking for some exotic, top-of-the-line kosher foods to make your Chanukah parties pop? Join us on our first ever Chanukah Haul at Pomegranate. It’s my first time here, and I’m drooling!   This post was sponsored. To learn how you can sponsor a post, please email paige@jewinthecity.com. If you found this content meaningful and want […]

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Blindfold Deep Fried Chanukah Challenge!

Why do we only fry latkes and donuts on Chanukah? Jew in the City, Jamie Geller (Joy of Kosher), Josh Jay ( The Maccabeats) and Mendy Pellin (Jewbellish) team up to blind taste test all the other wacky, yummy, and disgusting foods you can fry! If you found this content meaningful and want to help […]

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How Do You Stay Warm (And Stylish) In A Skirt During Winter?

As the temperature drops, many people wonder how Orthodox Jewish women, who wear only skirts, stay warm. While dressing modestly up top may be easier in the winter, making sure your legs are warm while covering up in a trendy way can seem challenging. There are readily-accessible solutions so you don’t have to compromise on warmth […]

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