An Italian restaurant in Taiwan, which named two of its sausage-filled dishes Long Live the Nazis, has apologized after it was bombarded by complaints.
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Austin has never had a major Jewish population, unlike Texas cities like Houston, Dallas, and even Galveston.
For Moroccan Jews, the end of Passover is marked with a huge celebration called Mimouna, and it is now spreading throughout Judaism.
She’s never had a restaurant or food brand, but Dr. Nof Atamna-Ismaeel is Israel’s newest culinary celebrity.
With online ordering and centralized delivery websites like Seamless and GrubHub, food delivery long ago made the jump online.
A report says immersive programs in Jewish Outdoor, Food, and Environment Education (JOFEE) provide a popular path back to Judaism for unobservant Jews.
Where is the world’s largest seder? If you guessed Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, New York, LA, London, or any other major hub of Jewish life, you’d be wrong.
Where better to have the self-proclaimed ‘Largest Kosher Chili Event Anywhere’ than in Texas?
Can Israel’s favorite food bring peace to the Mormon stronghold of America? One Middle Eastern food company in Utah thinks so.
For years–perhaps since the Exodus itself–matzah has lived up to its reputation as ‘the bread of affliction.’
This is a recipe for potato wrapped fish. The fish is wrapped in paper thin...
This is a recipe for sweet potato hash. This sweet potato hash is delicious when...
This is a recipe for homemade twice fried french fries. Crispy crunchy outside and delicious...