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  • Jewish groups launch fair trade network

    September 5, 2014 | 12:46 pm

    A new partnership has launched to enable the purchase of kosher “fair trade” coffee, tea and chocolate while supporting Jewish communal efforts on human trafficking and worker justice.

    The Jewish Fair Trade Partnership allows individuals and Jewish institutions...

  • How To Stuff Your Face and Stay Thin Over the Holidays

    By Elana Horwich

    December 18, 2013 | 9:00 am

    Eat only celery! Just kidding. Like that’s an option. People who give that kind of advice clearly could never be good in bed.

    We warm-blooded people are all going to eat a lot…as this is a time to relax, be with loved ones and stuff our happy faces.

    I often talk about how food...

  • Starbucks’ tea spin-off will be kosher, just waiting for ‘rabbi to bless it’

    October 31, 2013 | 3:58 pm

    Having conquered coffee, Starbucks is now moving into tea. The coffee giant’s newest venture, Teavana, launched with a tea bar on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

    Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says he doesn’t expect the new venture to be as big as the coffeehouse chain (“tea...

  • Dragonfly Green Tea [Recipe]

    By Elana Horwich

    September 18, 2013 | 11:15 am

    This is my morning crack. I decided to eliminate coffee once and for all when I realized that it actually didn’t wake me up. In fact, if I ended up drinking too much in the morning I would find myself lightheaded and needing to go right back to bed. 

    Now that said, most of you...

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  • Dating 101: Making a List of Requirements

    By Ilana Angel

    June 12, 2013 | 6:36 pm

    I have started dating and it is interesting.  By dating of course I mean I like to make dates, then chicken out and cancel them.  It is hard, but I am trying. I want to meet someone wonderful to share my life with, and apparently in order for that to happen, I have to date. I have...

  • All Good Things

    By Michelle Azar

    February 15, 2013 | 5:39 pm

    I walked confidently into Starbucks this afternoon, excited at the prospect of a skinny vanilla latte, the treat of choice from the cast of BOEING BOEING. I was even going to splurge and get a grande I had decided. And their veggie juice, to mitigate the evil I’d ordered. I pulled...

  • Slice of life: Perfect fall pumpkin recipes

    October 15, 2012 | 10:08 am

    Once upon a time in a land before Starbucks there existed this stuff we call coffee. Not half fat mocha late skinny with frappo organic raw sugar and a twist of Madagascar kumquat syrup or a Free range micro tannic free Sumatran upside down turbo tea. No we all drank COFFEE and...

  • America the Beautiful

    By Noga Gur-Arieh

    June 21, 2012 | 1:38 pm

    The seaweed is always greener in somebody else’s lake. As much as I love Israel, my many visits in the US made me wish some American features were transferred here so that we can enjoy them as well.  It took me a while, but I narrowed my “wish list” to five American features you are...

  • Buzz-worthy espresso

    July 21, 2011 | 6:24 pm

    There is nothing like an espresso in the afternoon: the swirl of caramel-colored coffee foam; the dark, robust burst of flavor; the infusion of energy. The latte and the cappuccino are delicious, too, fortifying in the morning, sweet later in the day. I’ve been ordering these...

  • Thank God for coffee

    By JewishJournal.com

    November 8, 2007 | 6:54 pm


    No, I really mean it.  We must not forget to thank God for coffee—it gets you up in the morning, helps you maintain on extremely difficult work days and it tastes darn delicious!

    The brewed extract of the roasted seeds of an evergreen bush of the genus Coffea is one of HaShem’s...

  • Mourning the Morning Call—back in New Orleans

    By Rabbi Anne Brener

    March 15, 2007 | 8:00 pm

    If you visit New Orleans, you will certainly go to the French Quarter to seek out the well-known open-air coffee stand near the Mississippi River named Café Du Monde.

    You'll partake of the rich culinary indulgences from its spare menu.

    The first menu item you will find is a cup...

  • ‘Nighthawks’ Scribe Brings Hopper Painting to Life

    By Robert David Jaffee

    August 31, 2006 | 8:00 pm

    Based upon Edward Hopper's famous painting of a late-night coffee shop on a desolate city street corner, Douglas Steinberg's new play, "Nighthawks," which is having its world premiere at the Kirk Douglas Theater, features a painter who says only one word in the entire first act....

  • Mommy, Me & Cheesecake Makes 3

    By Melissa Maroff

    April 6, 2006 | 8:00 pm

    OK, mom, so what part of eating that cheesecake is making you feel guilty?

    If you fear that little bubbela is annoying the other customers in the bakery, your worries are over.

    The Essential Chocolate Collection, a Culver City bakery, is for parents who want an alternative to...

  • Don’t Get Plagued by Tricky Desserts

    By Pamela Reiss

    April 21, 2005 | 8:00 pm

    Many a great cook has been sent over the edge trying to produce some beautiful Passover baking. Any other time of the year their kitchens produce perfect pies, crunchy cookies and lovely cakes — but the Passover arrives and the kitchen becomes the enemy: cakes flop and the cookies...
  • Calendar

    By Keren Engelberg

    February 17, 2005 | 7:00 pm

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    The Jewish Journal is no longer accepting mailed or faxed event listing information. Please e-mail event listings at least three weeks in advance to: calendar@jewishjournal.com .

    By Keren Engelberg

  • Where the End Justifies the Beans

    By Gaby Wenig

    October 30, 2003 | 7:00 pm

    Businessman Allen Gochnour is a regular at the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf on La Cienega Boulevard, and like many of the people who wait in the line that often stretches out the door, he's not just there to grab a cup of java and run. Instead, the transplanted Pittsburgher hangs out to...

  • Sweet Memories of Broken Matzah

    By Lisa J. Solomon

    April 3, 2003 | 7:00 pm

    My great-grandmother, Gouda, escaped Germany by boat at night when she was in her 60s. My grandfather, Opa, fled with her and his wife and two small children when he was 42. Both lived long, energetic, brave lives in their adopted country: she, chasing her great grandchildren around...

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