New Animal Slaughter Rules in Belgium Pit Activists Against Religious Communities
The end to a religious exemption may curtail the production of halal and kosher meats in the region of Flanders.
20 Recipes to Make Your Family Holidays Less Stressful
Easter and Passover are not immune to family bickering. But everyone shuts up for a minute while they're eating, right?
Latkes are great, but stuffed latkes are better.
Rabbi Suggests That Lab-Grown Pork Might Be Kosher
New food technology could call for revising—or at least clarifying—some of Judaism's oldest rules.
'BONG APPÉTIT' Hosts a Stoned Shabbat Dinner
Award-winning Jewish chef Joan Nathan dropped by the kitchen to make a kosher cannabis-infused feast.
The Peculiar Struggle of Toronto's Kosher Restaurants
Despite the city now hosting more kosher restaurants than ever, some still strain to attract Orthodox Jewish customers as Toronto competes with kosher eating hubs like New York City.
Some Biblical Scholars Now Say It's Chill for All Jews to Eat Bacon
Is this the beginning of a new era for Jewish delis everywhere?
Convicted Murderer's Lawsuit Alleges Anti-Semitism Due to Prison Dining Menu
If March’s lawsuit is taken seriously, Tennessee taxpayers might be paying for his new and improved food choices.
How One Jerusalem Joint Is Dealing with Israel's Terrible Restaurant Wages
If you think American waiters get screwed, Israelis have it even worse. At the kosher restaurant Crave, servers and bartenders receive a fair hourly wage, rather than surviving off unreliable tips.
Ilan Ben Zion
Matty Matheson Eats Kosher with Montreal's Hipster Rabbi
On an all new episode of 'Dead Set on Life', Matty heads to one of Canada's oldest Jewish communities to explore the kosher food offerings.
It's like the edible embodiment of a fleece blanket.
Why This Spanish Chef Temporarily Turned Kosher
Can a Galician-style menu without octopus or pork still be called Galician? Rafael Centeno of Spain's Maruja Limón tried to answer that in Tel Aviv last week.
Ilan Ben Zion