New York Times editor and “How to Fight Anti-Semitism” author Bari Weiss announced that she is resigning from the publication.
“The moldy jam was a daily concern,” said a former Sqirl pastry chef.
Assistant Rabbi Andy Kahn of New York City’s Temple Emanu-El drew public criticism from his senior Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson.
“We’re going to do some of the traditions: the chuppah, the breaking of the glass, and so on.”
“The Jewish community right now is pissed. They’re mad. Because it just seems like we don’t care.”
“I stand in solidarity with all my Jewish brothers and sisters.”
One even puts the mask on using her foot.
Jewish moms like Amy Schumer, who were once the material, have become the premier comics of this age.
As American-Jewish society becomes harder to define, so does its food culture.
“The Fonz always had great timing.”