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Kosher Unlimited

Barbara Bensoussan

Chorizo sausage? Panna cotta after steak? In an era where consumers, even kosher ones, want to “have it all,” clever kosher chefs are dreaming up new dishes that take their inspiration from popular non-kosher delicacies.

 

Come with Me: In memory of Rav B.C. Shloime Twerski ztz”l, Hornosteipler Rebbe

Ruchama Feuerman

We had been told that a famous chassidic rabbi — a rebbe — was coming to the Shabbaton. And there he was. He was bony with a pear-shaped head and deep-set aristocratic eyes — like the old Jews Rembrandt painted. To my 14-year-old eyes, he looked ready to keel over, but he couldn’t have been more than 60.

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