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South African Business Owner Achieves American Dream Selling South African Sausages

David Libesman, a South African Expatriate living in Merion Station was busy running a software business called the Satori Group while also serving as a soccer coach at the Klein JCC and board member of the Torah Academy of Greater Philadelphia when he suddenly got a hankering for a staple from his homeland. After visiting South Africa on a recent trip, he started making the food himself and is now offering it to the public.

Author: Mike Rosenthal | Created at 2011-08-30 16:00:43
Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Rhode Ysland

Concern is draped around the Providence, RI Jewish leadership. They are concerned that the local school district will not recognize Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur as official holidays this year.

Author: Mike Rosenthal | Created at 2011-08-30 17:50:11
Landau Backs Down on “Kosher Power”

Over the weekend, the proposal to place Kashruth supervisors in Israel Electric Company (IEC) stations to avoid violations of Shabbat faced a massive backlash and Infrastructure Minister Uzi Landau has retracted the law from the Knesset Docket.

Author: Mike Rosenthal | Created at 2011-12-19 11:19:13

5 Recipes Results

Jewish Apple Cake

Apple cakes are a common dessert in Jewish homes for holidays and other celebrations. Most commonly eaten on Rosh Hashanah for its sweet, apple-y taste, this Jewish Apple Cake can be prepared for other holidays, including Shabbat, Purim, Sukkot, and Tu B’Shevat.

Author: Sarah Weiss | Created at 2012-03-28 13:15:47
Jewish Traditional Apple Tea

For many families, apple tea is a staple for holidays like Rosh Hashannah (to bring in the sweet New Year) and Hannukah (because it’s a perfect way to warm your body from the cold).

Author: Sarah Weiss | Created at 2012-03-28 14:16:48
Jewish Pomegranate Juice

Pomegranate juice is a staple beverage for holidays like Sukkot (to represent the harvest) and Tu B’Shevat (to uniquely enjoy the seven species of Israel) in many families.

Author: Sarah Weiss | Created at 2012-03-28 14:20:46
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