A unique and prestigious residential project in now being built in Mekor Haim Street in Jerusalem.
For those of you looking for a great place to eat in New Jersey, look no further than Fumio, a steak and sushi house in Livingston. From all I have read they have a great selection of meat and fish dishes, plus great desserts. They are under the supervision of the Vaad Harabonim of MetroWest.
Know I don’t know too much about organic foods and what one should look for when buying them. However, I do know that this product sounds good: a creamy, great tasting frozen dessert without dairy, soy, refined sugar, high fructose corn syrup, trans fat, cholesterol, artificial flavors, artificial sweeteners or preservatives. How can you go wrong? If you try it – please let us know if it tastes good. (picture here)
And speaking of organic, do you have a toddler who is lactose intolerant? Well, Baby’s Only Organic Toddler formula might be just what you are looking for. It is kosher and parve, under OU supervision.
With Purim just around the corner, Felisa Billet, has some recipes for home cooked food to add to your Mishloach Manos.
Did you think only Jews use kosher salt? Obviously not. Most of us know that kosher salt is a specific type of salt, more coarse than table salt. We also know that it’s called kosher salt because its used in the koshering process. Well, one Christian barber thinks enough is enough. Christians shouldn’t have to use kosher salt. So coming soon is salt that’s been blessed by an Episcopal priest – I kid you not. Read more about it here.
If you are in Brookline, be sure to check out Rami’s and their fantastic Middle Eastern menu.
And finally, the Kosher Cooking Carnival, Purim edition is up and running.
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The plan’s goal is to provide supportive housing to 200 individuals with disabilities by the year 2020.
Despite being one of the fastest-growing Jewish communities in the U.S. – the estimated Jewish population is 70-80,000 – Las Vegas has long been overlooked by much of the Torah world.
She was followed by the shadows of the Six Million, by the ever so subtle awareness of their vanished presence.
Pesach is so liberating (if you excuse the expression). It’s the only time I can eat anywhere in the house, guilt free! Matzah in bed!
Now all the pain, fear and struggle were over and they were home. Yuli was safe and free, a hero returned to his land and people.
While it would seem from his question that he is being chuzpadik and dismissive, I wonder if its possible, if just maybe, he is a struggling, confused neshama who actually wants to come back to the fold.
I agree with the letter writer that a shadchan should respectfully and graciously accept a negative response to a shidduch offer.
Alternative assessments are an extremely important part of understanding what students know beyond the scope of tests and quizzes.
Your husband seems to have experienced what we have described as the Ambivalent Attachment.
The goal of the crusade is to demonize and hurt Israel.
The JUMP program at Hebrew Academy was generously sponsored by Evelyn and Dr. Shmuel Katz.
Passover is a road that we still travel, a long journey from slavery to freedom.
In Iran, 131 offenses are punishable by death, including blasphemy, adultery and homosexuality.
Women must eat Matzah on Pesach too but that is also a time bound positive commandment.
The reporter simply reports the news, but it is greater to be inspired to better the situation.
The Big Bang theory marked the scientific community’s first sense of the universe having a beginning.
Freeing convicted murderers returns the status of Jewish existence to something less than sanctified.
“The bigger they are the harder they fall” describes what God had in mind for Olmert.
We, soldiers of the IDF, who stand guard over the people and the land, fulfill the hopes of the millions of Jewish people across the generations who sought freedom.
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