New, easy way to plan Shabbat meal arrives on your phone
By Johnny Moseman
For the Mitzpeh
When Daniel Reidler and Josh Nehrer were in college, they thought it should be a lot easier to plan a Shabbat meal. A lot goes into planning one of these potluck-style meals. It would always take ...
Separating the wholewheat bagels from the chaff (Oct. 1997)
By Fritz Hahn, for the Mitzpeh
For centuries, man has attempted to find the perfect bagel. The best are airy, crunchy yet tender, while the worst are flat and sodden, toasted cardboard with a lopsided hole.
But now the rush to mass market ...
Got milk? Nutella-filled blintzes for Shavuot
By Michele Amira, staff writer, @nicejewishswag
If you’ve been counting the Omer, you are aware that Shavuot (aka the holiday of blintzes and cheesecake) is fast approaching.
As a vegan, I have often wondered why as Jews we’re supposed ...
Kosher Restaurants in the DC/Metro Area
By Hyunjae Ham
“This is my second home,” says Miriam Zuares, a 74-year-old Israeli immigrant with a thick accent. Miriam, a retired caterer, has been a Nut House Pizza regular for fifteen years. Located in Wheaton, Nut House Pizza does not use ...
Shalom Kosher Grocery Store
By Catherine Sheffo
With several grocery stores along Route 1, it seems strange to make the 10-mile drive to Silver Spring, Md. on a weekday night, but more University of Maryland students seem to be making the trip to Shalom Kosher before ...