The Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington sat down to chat with Mitch Berliner and Debra Moser, creators of the Central Farm Markets in MD and VA and several other local food companies before that.
One of the few remaining dairy farms in CT, Freund’s Farm, Inc., part of the Cabot Creamery Cooperative, is a third-generation farm started by descendants of Eastern European Jewish immigrants.
Sunflower Bakery in Gaithersburg trains people with developmental or other cognitive disabilities. Café Sunflower, in The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington building, will give employees experience waiting tables, making coffee and figuring the bill.
Most of us are used to putting parsley on the Seder plate as karpas, but in reality it can be any vegetable over which we can say the “fruit of the earth” blessing. How about trying different greens?
The Jewish Food Experience and Whole Foods Market’s Mid-Atlantic Region are pleased to present a series of Hanukkah tastings at stores throughout Northern Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.
What could be more pleasant than a frozen pop made of fresh, locally sourced produce on a hot day? Not much. That’s why two entrepreneurial friends opened DC’s Pleasant Pops.
The olive oil, olives and dates imported by Israeli Harvest travel thousands of miles to get here, but they help Tanya and her husband to stay connected to Israel and support their farmer peers there.
The long and harsh winter has Tanya and her family wondering what spring will bring when it finally arrives. In the meantime, a chia drink stands in for her favorite post-winter vernal pools.
A pita-making machine imported from Israel can produce thousands of perfect pita breads a day. Moti wants to get the pockets picked (up) across the country…along with his salads and dips.
Irresistible desserts combined with a training program for young adults with developmental and other cognitive disabilities? Sunflower Bakery puts sweets on our tables while giving its students skills for life.