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(Alleged) Jewish Conspiracies We Have Known
March 28, 2011 – 11:23 am | One Comment
(Alleged) Jewish Conspiracies We Have Known

World domination, war-mongering and brainwashing through psychoanalysis; it’s all in a day’s work for Jews, who have long been the subjects of conspiracy theories and vicious rumors. Here are eight of the most persistent and pernicious.

They Called Him “Two-Gun”
March 28, 2011 – 3:05 am
They Called Him “Two-Gun”

The nickname “Two-Gun” evokes images of a rough-shaven cowboy in the Wild West. Actually, the nickname belonged to one Morris “Moishe” Cohen.

Lemon Risotto
March 25, 2011 – 12:00 pm
Lemon Risotto

This decadent version of the Italian classic is a perfect first course or main dish. I like to serve it garnished with big shards of Parmigiano-Reggiano. The tangy lemon and salty cheese combine to create a big “wow” flavor and the mascarpone cheese puts this creamy decadent dish over the top.

How Now, Red Cow
March 25, 2011 – 3:05 am
How Now, Red Cow

Every year, on the Shabbat following Purim, a special reading from Numbers 19, is added to the regular Shabbat Torah reading. Known as Parashat Parah, the Torah reading concerns the special purification ceremony of the Parah Adumah (Red Heifer) one of the most intricate and mysterious laws found in the Torah.

Susan and Brett
March 24, 2011 – 3:16 pm | 3 Comments
Susan and Brett

“After sharing our background history, including some interesting stories of JDates gone awry, we both realized quickly that this was not just another chance encounter.”

I’m on disability and have no ambition. Will any Jewish woman have me?
March 24, 2011 – 10:00 am | 3 Comments
I’m on disability and have no ambition. Will any Jewish woman have me?

I think the question you should be asking is not whether an intelligent Jewish woman would agree to a date, but whether any intelligent woman would agree to a date. Would you agree to a date with you? If your answer to that is “yes” then, sure, I think there is hope. You just have to find the right person. If your answer is “probably not,” then you might think about what you can do to improve yourself and your life which, by the way, are great questions for any person to ask of themselves.

An Eye On The Nations
March 23, 2011 – 7:10 am
An Eye On The Nations

The world has been hit by a series of devastating natural phenomena. Powerful earthquakes and raging floods have created monumental scenes of destruction. With great pride, many Jews point out that the Israeli emergency response and search and recover units are often among the first to arrive with assistance. It is interesting to see the connection of these actions of goodwill to all humankind in the Biblical story of Jonah.

Date Night Cooking Tips from Celebrity Chefs: Stay-at-Home Dinner Ideas
March 22, 2011 – 1:28 pm
Date Night Cooking Tips from Celebrity Chefs: Stay-at-Home Dinner Ideas

Boiling an egg, steaming rice and baking a piece of chicken: These are just a few of the how-to principles of Cooking 101. If you’ve never learned the basics, the challenge of preparing a home-cooked meal for someone new may seem like Dinner Impossible. It’s important not to lose perspective or momentuml you’re not exactly competing for the title of The Next Food Network Star. Stay-at-home dates should be intimate as well as exciting and nothing measures up quite as memorably as a homemade dinner for two.

A Renaissance Woman
March 22, 2011 – 3:05 am | One Comment
A Renaissance Woman

A brilliant business mind, a flare for statesmanship and a charismatic personality… today’s Jewish Treat focuses on a renowned Jewish Renaissance Woman: Dona Gracia Mendes (Dona Gracia Nasi).

The Sounds of Debbie Friedman
March 21, 2011 – 9:41 am | One Comment
The Sounds of Debbie Friedman

Debbie Friedman, an American Jewish song writer and performer passed away just a few weeks ago on January 9th. She had been in an Orange County, California hospital suffering complications from pneumonia, and even though Jews around the world held prayer services and song sessions in her honor and desire for recovery, Friedman lost her battle and, momentarily, Jews lost their source of music.

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