Food



The breadmap to Mideast peace?

By Jennifer Lipman, November 4, 2011

For those who say there will never be peace in the Middle East, here's a "hole" lot of proof that coexistence is possible.

Reports the New York Daily News:

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Kosher McDonald's to close at Israel's Ben Gurion

By Jennifer Lipman, October 27, 2011

Fans of the pre-flight kosher McDonald's meal at Ben Gurion airport will have to find a new place to eat before they board.

The fast-food chain, which has two outlets at Israel’s main airport, will be replaced by Burger Ranch.

According to Ynet, the Israeli company has won a bid to operate exclusively at the airport for the next seven years.

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Sweet New Year for the troops

By Marcus Dysch, September 27, 2011

Packs of kosher provisions have been distributed to Jewish troops serving in the British armed forces to help them celebrate Rosh Hashanah.

The parcels, including honey cake, dried fruits, powdered chicken soup and other treats, were dispatched to those serving in Afghanistan and other conflict zones. They are provided by the Jewish Committee for HM Forces.

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Shechitah fees increased

By Simon Rocker, September 22, 2011

Lovers of kosher duck pancakes are likely to have to pay more for the Chinese delicacy after the body which licenses the kosher meat trade in London raised its fees this week.

The London Board for Shechita has increased its fees for abattoirs by 50p a duck and £2 a turkey.

But there will be lower increases for chicken and red meat.

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Hall of Fame: Joey Barton

September 22, 2011

"Just experienced my first kosher meal, at Reubens in Baker St, really beautiful food."

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Israeli wine expert's death marked with farewell letter

By Jennifer Lipman, September 8, 2011

A writer revered as Israel's top wine expert has lost his battle with a long illness.

Daniel Rogov, who was one of the most influential figures in Israel's wine community, was in his 70s.

He was a food and wine critic for Haaretz newspaper and known for his annual Guide to Israeli wines, published since 2005.

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Max Brenner boycotters breach chocolate shop bar

By Jennifer Lipman, August 10, 2011

Chocolate made by a bald man might seem like an unusual product to incur the wrath of anti-Israel campaigners.

But four members of the pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign have been arrested in Melbourne in connection with a protest at a Max Brenner chocolate store.

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Tottenham riots: Jews hand out challah

By Jennifer Lipman, August 8, 2011
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Members of Tottenham's strictly Orthodox community were filmed handing out Shabbat leftovers during Saturday's night of unrest in North London. For teh full story on this click here

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Come dine with us - it's for charity

By Jessica Elgot, July 28, 2011

Dinner party guests in Leeds are being encouraged to donate money to Leeds Jewish Welfare Board, instead of giving flowers or wine to their host, in a new fundraising drive.

The charity is urging supporters to host a "Come Dine At Mine" Shabbat dinner on September 9 in aid of the Rainbow Project, helping adults with learning disabilities.

LJWB fundraising committee member Ilan Sherman said:

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Mitzvah Day is out to lunch

July 21, 2011

Mitzvah Day is spreading its wings with a food aid venture to which 15 firms and community organisations have already signed up.

Friday November 18 will be Give Away Your Lunch Day, designed to forge ties between offices and local homeless charities.

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