Friday, December 9, 2016 Kislev 9, 5777

Stephanie Singer

Bubbi Project Blogger

A look from the shuk at the Hazon Food Festival —Liberty, Food and Justice for All.


A recent lecture delved into the history and current relationship of the Jewish response and responsibility to the food justice movement, including a Chicago synagogue's decision to turn its front lawn into an urban farm. 


Today, I honor my aunt, whose relationships kept her connected to food as she grew older. 


Blogger Stephanie Singer catches up with an elite squad of culinary do-gooders at a Garces charity event. 


The three sisters behind Philadelphia-based Soom Foods are producing what may be the best tehina in the city.



Through this new collaboration with the Jewish Exponent, find a fresh view of the Philadelphia region’s food scene. Stay connected with the Bubbi Project as blogger Stephanie Singer dishes opinions and ideas on holiday meals, features restaurants that you MUST try, interviews chefs and guides you on ways to create healthy eating habits.

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