Kosher Food and Judaica
Whether you love to cook or just like to eat, this is the page for you. Jewish food conjures different images for different people—from brisket to hummus, kosher schmaltz (rendered chicken fat) to creative kosher for Passover recipes that struggle to taste like the original. As far as we're concerned, it's all part of our culinary tradition—and all around us in the Boston area!
Judaica is also a long-standing tradition in Judaism in an effort to beautify the commandments, or mitzvot, we perform. Whether you're in the market for Shabbat candlesticks, searching for a tallis for a bar/bat mitzvah or just looking for a good book to read, find everything you need here.
Begin exploring events, restaurants, caterers and shops around you!
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$14 for adults, 6 for kids 3 and older
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$13 for shawarma dinner; $7 for falafel dinner
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I'm 16 and I want to keep kosher but my parents don't. I've tried buying kosher foods but the kitchen isn't kosher. Is there anything I can do?