While chef and rabbinical student, Jonathan Posner, makes a great case for learning real Torah through your dinner table, he also encourages us to seek intelligence found outside of the Beit Midrash. Where are ... you finding your most meaningful Jewish learning today? Filmed at Repair the World: Detroit. See lessSee more
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An introduction to the history and development of Jewish food. The foods Jews eat bear the stamp of the unique socio-economic and migratory patterns of the Jewish community, while also reflecting the Jewish dietary laws (kashrut) and other religious requi
There are four main reasons why Jewish food seems distinctive. The first is the kosher laws, a set of food dos and don'ts, first recorded in the Hebrew Bible in the book of Leviticus and later elaborated by the rabbis in the Talmud.
CARPENTRAS, France - Since Roman times, Jews have lived in this town in northern Provence, which lies on an ancient trade route from Marseille to Bruges, Belgium. This year, about 50 people will hold a communal Passover Seder at the Carpentras Synagogue, built in 1367 and one of the oldest active synagogues in Europe.
Founder and Chef | Wandering Foods Productions
Jonathan Posner is a Chef, a Shochet (a Kosher animal slaughterer/butcher), and currently studies in the Rabbinical School at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. Jonathan grew up in Chicagoland and is proud to call the city his home. In 2015, Jonathan founded the culinary events company Wandering Foods Productions to challenge himself as a cook, an entrepreneur, and a Jew and to breathe some youth and life back into Jewish cuisine. Its mission has grown to focus ever-more on using food and cooking to open doors into a life of meaningful Jewish culture and practice for those who have yet to find their way in. He hopes that the productions Wandering Foods puts on will inspire you, make you feel proud of who you are, and that you leave full and fulfilled.