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St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

The Thai Tuna Tacos ($11) feature three crisp blue corn taco shells filled with a generous portion of seared ahi tuna, topped with Thai spiced vegetables and a zigzag of red curry aioli decorated the plate.

EdgeWild Restaurant and Winery: A great option for delightful food

By Margi Lenga Kahn, Special to the Jewish Light April 25, 2012

EdgeWild Restaurant and Winery is a great option for an enjoyable evening of delightful food, wine and conversation. Whether you choose to sample wines in the bar area or around the fire pit, or dine in one of the two spacious dining rooms, there’s...

Rabbi Avi Rubenfeld

L’Chaim to Passover: Savoring life, savoring wine

By Gail Appleson, Special to the Light April 13, 2011

Can you remember exactly when you graduated from grape juice to super sweet Manischewitz or Mogen David Concord wine? I have to admit that I don't recall the precise holiday or Shabbat, but I do certainly remember a childhood Passover when my older brother...

Moshe Zohar, who grew these pomegranate trees on his farm in the Negev, is facing eviction from the same government agencies that granted him the land.

Negev wine producers claim battle over land is sour grapes

By Sue Fishkoff, JTA August 4, 2010

BEERSHEBA, Israel - Moshe Zohar's hands are rough and callused, his face lined with the dust of the desert he farms half an hour outside this southern Israeli city. Eleven years ago Zohar, his wife, Hilda, and their three children settled on this harsh...

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