Keeping Kosher

Top Jewish Food Trends of 2011

Another (secular) year is almost up, and it’s been a pretty good year for Jewish and kosher cuisine. We’ve had ...

Customer Service is Our #2 Priority

I grew up in Chicago, and my mother shopped at a variety of kosher butchers. That said, in Chicago, the ...

Are E-Books Kosher?

The post previously appeared on the MyJewishLearning/Jewish Book Council blog. Earlier this week, Wayne Hoffman wrote about a funny thing, the ...

Treyf

A Yiddish word meaning non-kosher.

Parashat Re’eh Quiz

Learn more about the weekly Torah portion.

Jewish Compassion for All Creatures

Several biblical laws are intended to cultivate humane, compassionate behavior toward animals.

Jewish Recipes

Traditional and Contemporary Jewish Food for Every Occasion.

Keeping Kosher: A Personal Perspective

Boundaries, rules, cravings, and keeping my kashrut fresh

Rav Kook Was Not a Vegetarian!

Among the many false claims about Rabbi Avraham Yitzkak HaCohen Kook is the assertion that he practiced vegetarianism.

Rav Kook & Vegetarianism

This major 20th-century Jewish thinker saw vegetarianism as the biblical ideal to which humankind should work to return.

Food Laws in the Bible

The consumption of food and drink was subject to certain restrictions that became the basis for later Jewish dietary practices.