That’s Lifestyle: Food, glorious holiday food

Lifestyle Editor wraps up week’s stories: Making it a healthy New Year; Road Trippin’ to Tel Aviv.

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September 15, 2012 14:35
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As preparations for Rosh Hashana reached their climax this week, the JPost Lifestyle section featured a host of relevant recipes as well as a number of special features dedicated to the

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Not to be overlooked, the simple honey cake was given some well-deserved attention. Cook

As no holiday meal, healthy or unhealthy, would be complete without the right bottle, wine expert Adam Montefiore went through some of the

Staying on the holiday theme,
JPost Social Media Manager Zohar Friedman looked at five of the best apps to use if you want to celebrate Rosh Hashana the modern way.

It would appear as though the High Holy Days were given a modern twist long before the invention of smartphones and tablets. This look back at the High Holy Days in Jewish cinema talked about how America’s first feature-length sound film told the story of a rebellious jazz singer ditching the Kol Nidrei service to sing on the streets.



It makes sense that this week would be filled with features about the High Holidays, but there was another event that happened in Israel this week with just as much, if not more significance. Eleven years after their 2001 show was cancelled, the Red Hot Chili Peppers finally performed in Tel Aviv. Knesset reporter by day and celebrity gossip expert by night, Lahav Harkov was live tweeting from the historic event.


Next week will see yet more features relating to the High Holy Days as we gear up for Yom Kippur.

The writer is JPost.com's Lifestyle editor.



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