"Porn is not the biggest problem."
“I wanted something more, and I decided to search for that. Some people go searching to India for spirituality; I went into the countryside of Europe searching for country wisdom.”
Despite the fact that Mexikosher's menu is 100 percent kosher, chef Katsuji Tanabe is changing how people view Mexican food, one beef carnitas taco at a time.
He decided it has a "healing smell."
It’s not as if Trump Vodka is a bestseller in Israel, but it’s popular around Passover because it is deemed “Kosher for Passover.” Only problem: turns out it really isn’t.
This recent bust appears to be part of a larger investigation that has exposed a smuggling ring bringing meat from South America into Palestine and then back into Israel.
The Orthodox Union, which offers “the world’s most recognized and trusted kosher certification,” has certified Vireo Health of New York's vape cartridges, pills, and cannabis oils, which will go on sale in the state beginning in 2016.
Billings has a Jewish population of only 0.09 percent, but the stranded passengers of a grounded flight to Tel Aviv were given kosher meals by friendly Montanans bearing, among other things, some much-needed hummus.
School cafeterias—at least for the most part—are pretty damn grim affairs. But one French school in the wine-loving region of Burgundy is taking its school lunches to heretofore-unseen levels of dread and desolation.