Kosher beer? Maybe I'm just prejudiced and narrowminded, but somehow this sounds very, very wrong to me. And no, they didn't offer any in this particular deli.
A new kosher beer called "Simcha" launched in Germany.
"Simcha" is a new kosher beer that recently launched in Germany. The brewery in Hartmannsdorf makes around 10,000 bottles of the beer a day. If the beer becomes popular, they have plans to expand their market throughout Europe. The light pilsner is 4.6% alcohol, and is a mix between the American style pilsner and the traditional pilsner.
The beer is "kosher" because the entire harvesting and processing methods are under control of a Rabbi. There are no additives, and there are strict requirements for cleanliness in place which are closely supervised.
By the way, in my opinion, generations of Jewish husbands may have died of early coronary heart disease by enjoying fried latkes (potato pancakes)
It came from the old stand-up comedy routines that were developed by Jewish comedians in the Catskills Mountains Resorts. In those days, Jewish families would always spend their summers in the Catskills to escape the horrible heat of New York. The young entertainers would work as food service and other domestics, while they honed their talents. . During those years, Sid Caesar, Alan King, Morey Amsterdam, Jack Carter, Buddy Hackett, Sam Levenson, Jackie Mason, Jan Murray, and Joey Bishop (among others) became household fixtures.
chopped liver was an unpopular side dish, therefore, in a joke, a person who is feeling left out says "What am I then...chopped liver?" and everyone laughs
I have never looked into this thread before. The reason should be obvious. Chopped liver, no matter how it is served, is indefensible.
A goy or a birl, it makes no difference . . .
Miracle Whip is a fine food product
You goyum think Miracle Whip is a fine food product . . .