The rationalists’ case for observing kashrut.
Made from fermented fish.
His ancestry was questionable, but he may have kept kosher.
The rabbi and public intellectual comes by our studio to discuss the meaning of kashrut, with the help of some unusual examples.
So much for Europe’s commitment to human rights.
The kosher-industrial complex.
Market forces constrain misplaced zealotry.
Two moments of Italian Jewish distinctiveness.
Most rabbis aren’t yet convinced.
Setting the record straight on the “treyfa-banquet.”
Mikva’ot and chalkstone vessels.
The great sturgeon controversy.