Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Av 3, 5774
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Martin D. Davidson, JE Feature
As the year draws to a close, there have been some remarkable changes for the kosher wine industry that portend well for the future. After years of demonstrating that kosher products can compete with their non-kosher counterparts, a new dawn of recognition has descended upon the beverage scene, recognizing the quality, equality and sophistication attained with kosher wines. Royal Wine...
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There's an environmentally sound place just for you
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Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
"A happy fish is a tasty fish." That's the word from Karol Rzepkowski, the dynamic managing director of Johnson Seafarms Ltd. Along with a team of world-renowned scientists employing groundbreaking techniques, this company located in the heart of the Shetland Islands has become the world's first producers of organic cod. These sustainable, farmed cod are raised to meet consumer demands...
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Ten years ago, Jeremy Cowan could be seen driving around San Francisco in his grandmother's Volvo, hand-delivering bottles of his homemade beer to local merchants. The label featured a smiling, cartoonish-like rabbi and a tongue-in-cheek name -- "He'Brew." The idea may have started out as a gag between Cowan and some of his friends, but he soon realized that he...
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Rivka Tal, JE Feature
Sukkot in Jerusalem is an especially festive holiday. Everywhere you look you can spy these charming booths, sometimes precariously perched atop open porches. During the week, families from all over the country flock to the Western Wall, often carefully carrying their four species, fulfilling the commandment of, "And you should take for yourselves on the first day the fruit of...
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makes you crave something sweet, savory and super-warm from the oven
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Andrew Schloss, JE Feature
Embellishing an apple pie is as American as a flaky crust packed high with thick slices of pippin, Winesap or Granny Smith, collapsing under the weight of a double dip of homemade ice-cream. It's as elaborate as poached lady apples in sour-cream custard beneath a high-flying puff-pastry crown. It's as delicate as a bite-sized tartlet filled with a single apple...
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