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Eye on Boise: Idaho prisons agree to provide kosher meals to Jewish inmates

Under a settlement agreement and court order, the Idaho Department of Correction is being required to offer a new kosher diet to state prisoners in all its prisons after four …

UPDATED: Wed., May 10, 2017, 10:46 p.m.

Idaho faces class-action lawsuit over failure to provide kosher meals for Jewish prisoners

Despite years of warnings, Idaho’s state prison system is continuing to refuse to provide kosher meals to Jewish inmates, according to a federal class-action lawsuit filed by the ACLU of …

Jewish Idaho inmates take legal action for kosher meals

The American Civil Liberties Union of Idaho has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Corrections on behalf of four inmates seeking kosher meals for Jewish prisoners.

Hundreds in Spokane turn out for Temple Beth Shalom’s 75th Kosher Dinner

Temple Beth Shalom’s 75th Kosher Dinner featured traditional Jewish staples such as beef brisket, potato knishes, carrot tzimmes, challah bread and spiced apples – more or less the same menu …

UPDATED: Tue., Feb. 28, 2017, 5:26 p.m.

Keeping kosher: In Jewish tradition, kosher is more than avoiding bacon

It’s not simply a set of rules for what not to eat, but an expression of Jewish identity

‘Deli’ explores tasty tradition

In 1931, New York City’s Department of Public Markets listed 1,550 kosher delicatessens in the five boroughs alone. Today there are an estimated 150 in all of North America. Much …

Kosher Dinner serves beef

The brisket is slow-roasted in a mixture that might surprise some people: a combination of chili sauce and cola. Cooks at Spokane’s Temple Beth Shalom prefer Coca-Cola Classic. They’ll go …

Kosher made easy

‘Joy of Kosher Cooking: Fast, Fresh Family Recipes’