“The more I started getting creative, the more I realized how many liquors and spirits weren’t kosher,” he says. “Some had animal derivatives that wouldn’t be okay, or some flavorings or additives that weren’t kosher. I wanted to make sure everyone could enjoy the cocktails at holiday meals no matter their observance level, so I started to do some research and began writing recipes that relied on kosher spirits.”
Atlanta’s most famous gay bar has seen it all, and this month the Atlanta Eagle is reaching a new milestone: 30 years serving Atlanta’s LGBT community – or, more specifically the leather and fetish community.
As the sun sets and the year begins with the observance of Rosh Hashanah, families across the Jewish world will sit down to enjoy food, family and companionship. These times together help us prepare for powerful spiritual experiences at our synagogues and in our communities.
The spring festival kicks off with family and friends gathering around the table for a seder dinner to celebrate the Israelites’ freedom from slavery with readings, traditional foods and plenty of drinking; four glasses of wine to be exact.