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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Jewish Thought

Enjoying the beers at a recent beer festival in Israel. (PHOTO CREDIT: DAVID SILVERMAN)Almost overnight, Israel has become a mecca for beer drinkers, offering some surprisingly fine ales, stouts and lagers. Our friends at ISRAEL21c take a look at the top 10.

It’s hard to believe that Israel had no microbreweries only a couple of years ago. Now the country is practically awash with fine ales – more than 20 licensed “boutique” breweries, and a rapidly evolving drinking culture.

“Israeli beers are making a mark on the international beer circuit,” says Shachar Hertz of the Beer & Beyond, one of the country’s major suppliers of beer-making equipment and ingredients. “We have in Israel a cadre of passionate brewmasters who use only premium ingredients and offer a range of style and flavors.”

Unlike mass-produced commercial lagers

Manischewitz Co-CEO Alain Bankier Samples Crispy Chicken and Cherries Recipe presented by Jennifer Daskevich of Los Angeles, Calif. at 6th annual Cook-off.Kosher Cook-Off Captivates Considerable Crowd

What happens when you take an old and historic kosher food company whose products are a household name, and combine it with cutting edge technology, a new product line, and young, motivated, forward-thinking new chief executives? You get the new Manischewitz, now being led by dynamic business partners Paul Bensabat and Alan Bankier.

Manischewitz was founded in 1888 by Rabbi Dov Ber Manischewitz in Cincinnati, Ohio. It was there that he opened a small

According to recent reports, the Strawberry Frappuccino at Starbucks is not as innocent a drink as its pink hue seems to indicate.

In fact, that very coloration derives from the usage of a cochineal extract—a dye produced through the crushing of the bodies of dried cochineal bugs.
A barista writing on thisdishisvegetarian.com apparently tipped off customers to this latest ingredient discovery.

“My guess would be that the recipe changed about three or four weeks ago, when our strawberry sauce got

Gourmet Glatt features spacious, well-stocked aisles, and ten banks of cash registers to serve the store’s large (and growing) customer base quickly, and efficiently.13th Avenue, once known as the premier shopping destination for the Brooklyn Jewish community, is now known for its midday traffic and afternoon lines at every bank on every corner. But in the midst of a slow and uncertain economic recovery, the news of a new supermarket opening its doors to serve the Jewish community—creating more than one hundred new jobs in the process—was received with great fanfare.

Gourmet Glatt, located at the former location of Friedman’s Supermarket on the corner of 13th

The Kosher for Passover products that have been arriving over the last few weeks by the truckloads are finally being placed on shelves as the Passover season is officially underway.

Passover begins on the eve of Friday April 6th and ends on the evening of Saturday April 14th. In a survey of nearly a dozen retailers and distributors, KosherToday found that the market faces several new and not so new challenges this holiday season. One retailer said that he was “literally bombarded with many new