is there such a thing? im not the biggest restaurant guy mostly because im broke but are there restaurants who specialize in jewish food?
humorous!hmmm... are circle K stores kosher?
sounds a little much.and that putting soy cheese on a veggie burger was not Kosher as it implied meat and milk together even if neither the meat or the milk were present you were intimating meat and milk by creating veggie burger and veggie cheese.
I don't know if it is a bit much. If you are orthodox, it is the intent of the law that appears to be the goal to adhere to. In my experience, (I'm not jewish and don't play a jew on tv, but have friends from orthodox to renewal) some folks aren't interested in arguing technicalities to justify not doing something, they argue technicalities to justify following the intent...gotta honor that. Or rather I do...you don't.humorous!
sounds a little much.
On holidays there are some traditional foods, and even in meals there are...but as for Jewish eateries...other than delies...I haven't seen it. I have been at Orthodox retreat centers that are kosher and fed us kosher foods...but like Phyllis said...they were a variety of foods from various nationalities, just prepared and served kosher.i live in new england, and i thought there were traditional jewish foods but ok now ive learned something else
vinny, there's no such thing as "Jewish food", it's all borrowed from the different regions one would find Jewish populations.