Forward Tidbits: 18-year old girl completes learning Talmud in 2-½ years 25 Jul
An 18-year-old girl recently finished studying the Talmud in just two years, a remarkable feat involving 2,700 pages. The young woman dedicated herself to th...
25 Jul
Forward Is ‘Momala’ Kamala Harris’ new viral meme moment?' 24 Jul
The text discusses the recent viral trend of calling Kamala Harris "Momala," a nickname given by her stepchildren that has become popular in online circles. ...
24 Jul
Sonya's Prep Dinner Prep For The Family Garlic knots and Pizza #dough #garlicknots #shorts 24 Jul
The video showcases the process of preparing garlic knots and pizza dough for a family dinner.
24 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Cherry and jalapeño salad with Israeli couscous 24 Jul
This recipe features a cherry and jalapeño salad with Israeli couscous, combining sweet and tangy flavors in a summery dish. The salad is quick to prepare, i...
24 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Turkey Reubens pizza, Marmite schmear and latke sandwiches – London’s new-wave Jew-ish menus have arrived 24 Jul
A new wave of Jewish-inspired cuisine has hit London, with a focus on reinventing Ashkenazi food for modern palates. Chefs like Ollie Gratter of Wildes Deli ...
24 Jul
Jewish Table Majestic Six Strand Challah 24 Jul
The text discusses a recipe for a majestic six-strand challah bread. It invites readers to subscribe for a weekly newsletter to receive more stories and reci...
24 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Grilled chicken salad with cherry balsamic vinaigrette 24 Jul
This recipe provides a flavorful grilled chicken salad with cherry balsamic vinaigrette that serves 4-6 as a starter. It involves grilling chicken with Tusca...
24 Jul
Mishpacha Roasted Garlic- Jalapeño Dip 24 Jul
Chef Suzie Gornish shares her recipe for Roasted Garlic-Jalapeño Dip, perfect for serving on Shabbat with sourdough bread. The dip combines smooth hummus, co...
24 Jul
JTA The Borscht Belt Festival, honoring the Jewish Catskills, is bigger and broader this year 23 Jul
The second annual Borscht Belt Festival, organized by the Borscht Belt Museum in the Catskills, will feature comedy, food, music, and storytelling from July ...
23 Jul
Mishpacha Lie of the Land: Chapter 7     23 Jul
When Gabe arrives in the bustling city after a period of mourning, he reconnects with an old colleague, Connor, in Midtown who invites him to join a magazine...
23 Jul
Mishpacha For Granted: Chapter 51    23 Jul
Ayala returns home after three weeks away to find her family managing fine without her, which leaves her feeling unsettled. She reflects on the challenges of...
23 Jul
Mishpacha Working Miracles in His Sleep   23 Jul
The article tells the story of Yehuda Leib Greenwald, a healthy and happy man who suddenly passed away, leaving his family in shock. Amidst their grief, they...
23 Jul
Sonya's Prep I Can Watch People Work With Dough All Day Long #dough #sourdough #bread 23 Jul
The video showcases footage of people working with dough, focusing on the process of making sourdough bread, and subtly highlights the theme of Shabbat.
23 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Twelve simple meat-free recipes for the Nine Days 23 Jul
The article presents twelve meat-free recipes suitable for the Nine Days, a period of mourning in the Jewish calendar. Some highlights include a fruit and ve...
23 Jul
Tablet The Making of ‘Morning Star’ 23 Jul
The text details composer Ricky Ian Gordon's journey in creating the opera "Morning Star" in collaboration with librettist William Hoffman. Inspired by a fam...
23 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Shani Gabay’s favourite spicy fish 22 Jul
Shani Gabay, tragically killed at a party, was known for her love of spicy fish, a dish her mother, Michal, made for her every Friday. Shani's adventurous sp...
22 Jul
Hadassah An Ancient Day of Mourning 22 Jul
The text does not provide specific information for summarization as it seems to be a placeholder or technical code for displaying a crossword puzzle related ...
22 Jul
Jewdicious This Week in Jewish History 22 Jul
This Week in Jewish History recounts significant events in the Jewish past, including the deportation of Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto by the Nazis in 1942 on ...
22 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Five fantastic ways with smoked salmon you’ve never tried 22 Jul
The text explores inventive ways to enjoy smoked salmon beyond the classic bagel with cream cheese. Suggestions include using it on a flatbread with beetroot...
22 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Is When Harry Met Sally the perfect non-Jewish Jewish film? 22 Jul
"When Harry Met Sally" is celebrated for its enduring appeal as a classic romcom and a quintessential New York movie with its witty and observant humor. The ...
22 Jul
Forward Lively course on Hasidic Yiddish at Yiddish Summer Weimar 22 Jul
Yiddish Summer Weimar is hosting a special two-week course on contemporary Hasidic Yiddish, a variety of Yiddish spoken by a million people globally. The cou...
22 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Tomato, feta and rocket salad with za’atar and lemon dressing 22 Jul
This recipe by silvia_nacamulli features a Tomato, feta, and rocket salad with zaatar and lemon dressing. The dressing is made by combining oil, zaatar, lemo...
22 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Tomato, feta and rocket salad with za’atar and lemon dressing 22 Jul
This recipe features a tomato, feta, and rocket salad with zaatar and lemon dressing. The dressing is made by mixing oil, zaatar, lemon juice, salt, and pepp...
22 Jul
Lehrhaus Shopping for Grandpa’s Gravestone 21 Jul
The text describes a reflective journey of choosing a gravestone for a grandfather, navigating through different options like colors and sizes while contempl...
21 Jul
JTA A museum exhibit on Jewish food and humor puts the ‘borscht’ in Borscht Belt 21 Jul
The exhibit at the Borscht Belt Museum in Ellenville, New York, showcases the rich cultural legacy of the Catskills resorts where Jewish cuisine and humor th...
21 Jul
Mishpacha Who’s Counting: Chapter 5 21 Jul
In Chapter 5 of "Who's Counting," the narrator reflects on a visit to Kever Rochel with friends before leaving Eretz Yisrael. Tili engages in light-hearted b...
21 Jul
Mishpacha Who’s Counting: Chapter 3 21 Jul
In Chapter 3 of "Who's Counting," the protagonist, Dahlia, faces social pressures and insecurities while shopping for souvenirs in Geula with her friend Tili...
21 Jul
Mishpacha Who’s Counting: Chapter 2 21 Jul
In the text "Whos Counting: Chapter 2," Dahlia seeks fashion advice from her sisters regarding a two-piece brown outfit she likes, but they all agree it is n...
21 Jul
Mishpacha Who’s Counting: Chapter 1 21 Jul
In "Whos Counting: Chapter 1," the protagonist finds herself stuck in a taxi in Israel with her brother Avrumi, facing a frustrated Hebrew-speaking driver. D...
21 Jul
Kveller Director Alma Har’el on the Complex Jewish World of ‘Lady in the Lake’ 19 Jul
Israeli director Alma Harel's new TV series, "Lady in the Lake," combines fantasy with reality in 1960s Baltimore, exploring the Jewish identity of its chara...
19 Jul
Forward When Bob Newhart was my rabbi — and I was his 19 Jul
Rabbi Bob Alper reflects on how legendary comedian Bob Newhart became his role model, influencing his own journey into comedy as a rabbi-turned-stand-up comi...
19 Jul
Chabad.org Host is visibly SHOCKED at how black guest was treated in the Jewish Community 18 Jul
A video featuring Rabbi Yossi Kulek discussing his experiences growing up as a black individual in the Chabad community, leaving the host visibly shocked at ...
18 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Theatre review: Slave Play, ‘An evening primed to cause tension and offence’ 18 Jul
"Slave Play" by Jeremy O. Harris is a provocative theater production that delves into the intersecting themes of race, intimacy, and power dynamics in relati...
18 Jul
JTA 100 years after his death, Gen Z loves Franz Kafka. Now they ought to read him, too. 18 Jul
Franz Kafka, the Jewish writer from Prague who died 100 years ago, continues to be widely read and influential, with new translations and works inspired by h...
18 Jul
Jewish Table Chicken with Peppers (Pollo con Peperoni) 18 Jul
The text discusses a recipe for Chicken with Peppers (Pollo con Peperoni) from Portico. It seems to be a popular dish worth trying out.
18 Jul
Jewish Chronicle No-churn tahini-espresso coffee ice cream 18 Jul
This recipe details how to make a no-churn tahini-espresso coffee ice cream that highlights the ease and richness of using condensed milk in ice cream. The i...
18 Jul
Sonya's Prep So Embarrassing Finally Cleaning Out The Dreaded Closet 🫣 #declutter #momlife #cleaningmycloset 17 Jul
The video showcases a person cleaning out their cluttered closet, capturing the process of decluttering and organizing their belongings while reflecting on t...
17 Jul
Jewish Chronicle My secret tip for a happy marriage…spend time apart 17 Jul
A writer reflects on attending an aufruf ceremony for an older couple about to marry, emphasizing the importance of giving space in a relationship for person...
17 Jul
Emes Ve-Emunah America is a Christian Nation. And Yet it Isn't 17 Jul
The text discusses the perception of America as a Christian nation during the Christmas season, emphasizing the prevalence of Christianity in the country. It...
17 Jul
Kveller I’m a Jewish Grandparent Who Writes About Sex. Dr. Ruth Led the Way. 17 Jul
The author reflects on the influence of Dr. Ruth Westheimer on her life and work as a Jewish grandparent who writes about sex. Recalling her time in the neon...
17 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Grated halloumi toasts with hot honey 17 Jul
This recipe describes how to make grated halloumi toasts with hot honey, a delicious combination of salty halloumi, chili kick, and sweet honey. The dish als...
17 Jul
Mishpacha Stuffed Artichokes 17 Jul
This recipe for Stuffed Artichokes by Leah Hamaoui presents a traditional Sephardic dish featuring meat-stuffed artichokes cooked with olive oil and lemon ju...
17 Jul
Mishpacha Broccoli Kugel 17 Jul
Mr. Spilman generously shared his broccoli kugel recipe, serving 8 people, featuring defrosted broccoli florets, onion, eggs, oil, garlic powder, salt, and p...
17 Jul
Forward What Stephen Sondheim knew about Donald Trump's would-be assassin — and the American culture that produced him 16 Jul
The article discusses the failed assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump by a 20-year-old man and draws parallels between this event and the t...
16 Jul
Kveller 18 Fun Jewish Items on Sale for Amazon Prime Day 16 Jul
For Amazon Prime Day, a variety of Jewish items are on sale, such as cookbooks like "Shabbat" by Adeena Sussman and books like "We Were the Lucky Ones" by Ge...
16 Jul
Kveller When Richard Simmons Sang Barbra Streisand on SNL 16 Jul
Richard Simmons, the beloved fitness guru who recently passed away, was known for his colorful personality, passion for fitness, and kindness towards others....
16 Jul
Mishpacha Parshas Balak: Friends in Flight 16 Jul
The article reflects on the story of Balak and Bilaam, highlighting how even intended curses can be turned into blessings by Hashem. It draws parallels betwe...
16 Jul
Mishpacha Lie of the Land: Chapter 6      16 Jul
In Chapter 6 of "Lie of the Land," Penina struggles with guilt over snapping at her partner Daniel due to lack of sleep, while also feeling uneasy about not ...
16 Jul
Mishpacha The Songs I Wrote   16 Jul
Eli Klein, known for composing music for various Jewish music artists, has released his own album, "SHIRIM SHEKATAVTI," featuring his singing debut and uniqu...
16 Jul
Mishpacha THE COLDEST VILLAGE IN THE WORLD 16 Jul
Oymyakon is known as the coldest town on Earth, with temperatures dropping below -50°F (-45°C) in January and reaching record lows below -90°F (-67.8°C). Loc...
16 Jul