Winner of the Rockower Award, the highest honor in Jewish journalism, this blog contains random musings of a journalist, father, husband, son, friend, poodle-owner, Red Sox fan and occasionally-ranting rabbi, taken from Shabbat-O-Grams, columns, speeches, letters, sermons and thin air. "On One Foot," the column, appears regularly in the New York Jewish Week, as well as a blog for the "Times of Israel."
Zohan, eat your heart out. The world's largest plate of hummus was cooked up today in the hummus capital of Israel, the Israeli-Arab town of Abu Ghosh. According to reports, Arabs and Jews were dancing together in the streets in celebration of this record making event as 50 of the world's best hummus chefs pooled their resources to create a masterpiece. See the full story here and here.