Sue Fishkoff is a special correspondent for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, based in Northern California and covers American Jewish issues, with a special focus on Jewish identity and affiliation. She was previously the associate editor of a weekly newspaper in Monterey, California and a regular contributor to the </i>Jerusalem Post<i>, <i>Moment</i> magazine, and other Jewish publications.
Articles by Sue Fishkoff
Making Kosher Food Is an All-Night Affair
Earlier this week, Sue Fishkoff wrote about watching a goat slaughtered and people who only keep kosher on holidays. She ...
Getting Close to Your Food Is Harder when Meat Is Involved
On Monday, Sue Fishkoff wrote about people who only keep kosher on holidays. She is the author of Kosher Nation: ...
The Allure of Kosher Food for the Jewish Holidays
Sue Fishkoff is the author of Kosher Nation: Why More and More of America’s Food Answers to a Higher Authority. ...
Try It, You’ll Like It: Should Jews Proselytize?
Liberal Jews who support outreach claim that active proselytism was the Jewish tradition until the Roman Empire outlawed conversion to Judaism under penalty of death.