'Now I know what it means,' said Bibi, 'to be the recipient of Obama Care.'
Washington, D.C. — In a stunning turnabout in international detente, President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu announced their intention to marry in a brief ceremony to be held before another joint session of Congress on Purim.
While Israeli wines may dominate the kosher market, French wines are starting to make a comeback.
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Almost 20 years ago, in the summer of 1995, I walked out of a liquor store with an $11 purchase that was going to change my life. It was a bottle of Georges Duboeuf’s 1994 kosher Beaujolais Villages (the only French kosher vintage ever exported to the U.S.), and it was a perfect entry-level red. It was the wine that convinced me that there was more to kosher wine than Cream Concord, and it was French.