Miscellaneous

In the Torah, we see the importance of food. Here are some examples:
December 19, 2013

The apple in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:15) The sheep, produce sacrificed to God by Cain and Abel (Genesis 4:2) The meal Abraham and Sarah prepare for the visiting angels (Genesis 18) The lentil soup Jacob trades for Esau’s birthright (Genesis 25:30-34) The manna that falls from the sky to feed the Israelites in CONTINUE »

December 19, 2013

That’s Kosher Foods you would not assume carry kosher supervision Why in the world would a ham glaze be kosher certified? Don’t know, but there are also candy canes, Halloween candy, Santa cookies and Easter eggs. You can also get kosher mock bacon bits, and Herr’s makes kosher crab-flavored potato chips. Kosher vs. kosher-style There CONTINUE »

December 19, 2013

1 pound cholent bean mix or a 16-bean variety bag 1 cup barley 1 can Bush’s vegetarian or Heinz’s vegetarian baked beans 2 Idaho potatoes, cut in quarters 1 large onion, sliced 16 ounces cholent meat or flanken cut up in large chunks salt and pepper to taste 2 slices kishke (in cholent will disintegrate, CONTINUE »

December 19, 2013

An evening with Israeli journalist Yossi Klein Halevi Tuesday, Dec. 24 at 7 p.m. Moses Montefiore Anshe Emunah 7000 Rockland Hills Drive $75, includes copy of Halevi’s  book “Like Dreamers”CONTINUE »

December 19, 2013

Melissa Frank, R.N., was recently presented with Carroll Hospital Center’s November DAISY Award. A nurse at the hospital for nine years, Frank was nominated for her compassion, kindness and empathy when she went above and beyond her normal duties to ensure a patient’s daughter would be able to be with her mother during her final CONTINUE »