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  • Dairy works for Sukkot dinners, too

    Many Jews will consume milk and cheese for breakfast and lunch during Sukkot’s eight days, but there’s no Jewish law that says dairy is taboo for the main meal of the harvest festival.

  • Shultz in Foxman book slams Carter

    Former U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz blasted ex-President Jimmy Carter for “damaging the well-being and security of the Jewish people and the State of Israel.”

  • Fruits, veggies break up break-fast routine

    Augmenting bagels, lox and kugels at the break-fast table, seasonal produce is tempting but unlikely to lead to excess.

  • Rabbis stir ‘shmitta’ storm

    Some municipal rabbinates in Israel are challenging the status quo for the “shmitta” year.

  • Iran to open new Jewish center

    Tehran broke ground on a $3.2 million Jewish cultural and sports center, an Iranian news agency reported.

  • Baking without butter on Rosh Hashanah

    Home bakers can produce luscious Rosh Hashanah desserts equal if not better in taste than their buttery counterparts without margarine.

  • Prince Edward visits Israel

    Britain’s Prince Edward began a four-day tour of Israel on Wednesday.

  • Rabbi joins top private school board

    An Orthodox rabbi was named to the National Council for Private School Accreditation.

  • Absorption center to host Sudanese

    The Jewish Agency for Israel will house 58 refugees from Sudan in its student village near Sderot.

  • First Israel-focused angel club launched

    Two Israeli businessmen have started an Israel-focused angel investment group.