Do Palestinians have autonomy in the West Bank? What’s the difference between areas A, B, and C? Can Palestinian civilians protest? Go to the beach? Who profits from the occupation? Michal Vexler on these questions and more, in a series of striking infographics on the effect of the occupation on Palestinian civilians.
In the midst of studying theology, a man takes a break to attend culinary school. A "revelation" tells him he should become a chef. The photos from Chef Rabbi Restaurant suggest that he made the right choice. All types of travellers will enjoy this tasty content.
The Raging Skillet: The True Life Story of Chef Rossi - The Raging Skillet: The True Life Story of Chef Rossi When their high-school-aged, punk, runaway daughter is found hosting a Jersey Shore hotel party, Rossi’s parents feel they have no other choice: they ship her off to live with a Chasidic rabbi in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Within the... | http://wp.me/p5qhzU-gVs | #Food #Wine
Kool Aid Rock Candy Science Experiment - love this twist using kool aid for some colorful yummy candy! This is a fun kids activities perfect to add to summer bucket list for kids from toddler, preschool, prek, kindergarten, first grade, second grade,third
HARTFORD - Rabbi David Small of the Emanuel Synagogue and Matty Arsenault, executive chef at the Crown Market stopped by FOX 61's Good Day Connecticut to talk about the history of Hanukkah. Arsenault showed off some holiday items from the Crown Market and made potato latkes. Crown Market is the only completely kosher market left in the state.
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On Monday, March 25th at 7:00 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Felipe Goodman and Hazzan Rob Menes will conduct an interactive Seder for the first night of Passover. The kosher Seder will be catered by master chef Gustav Mauler. There will be joyful singing, great food and afikomen prizes for all the children. To make a reservation or for information on pricing, please call 702-804-1333 Ext. 100. Non Temple members are welcome.