• June 29, 2022
  • 30 5782, Sivan
  • פרשת חקת

Food for Thought: The Torah of Eating

Food for Thought: The Torah of Eating

Why do people bring food to a Shiva? Is there room for vegetarianism in Halakhah? Why does the Seder revolve around a family meal? Can food preparation be Avodat Hashem? Join Rabbi Uri Cohen as he discusses Halakhic and Hashkafic issues relating to eating and food. Bonus: Parsha recipes!

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June 30, 2022
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Thursday 5:00 pm
June 16, 2022 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Food for Thought: The Torah of Eating: Session 1
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How We Gain By Keeping Kosher: Two Approaches
Eating LeSheim Shamayim
Why Do We Cover the Challahs for Kiddush?

Plus parsha recipes for Behaalotekha AND Shlach!

June 23, 2022 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Food for Thought: The Torah of Eating: Session 2
June 30, 2022 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Food for Thought: The Torah of Eating: Food for Thought: The Torah of Eating
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July 7, 2022 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Food for Thought: The Torah of Eating: Food for Thought: The Torah of Eating
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July 14, 2022 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Food for Thought: The Torah of Eating: Food for Thought: The Torah of Eating
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Rabbi Uri Cohen has been teaching at Midreshet Moriah since 2005. He learned at Yeshivat Shaalvim and Yeshivat Hamivtar, and received Semikhah from RIETS (YU) and Yeshivat Hamivtar. He also holds Masters degrees in Medieval Jewish History and Jewish Education from Yeshiva University. For two years, he was an ATID Fellow. Through Torah MiTzion, he and his wife Dr. Yocheved Engelberg Cohen served as the first members of the Syracuse Kollel, and later as the first couple of the Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (JLIC) at Princeton University. They now live in Ramat Beit Shemesh. His eclectic lecture topics have included Talmudic Misogyny in Context, Harry Potter and the Value of Fantasy, Contemporary Orthodox Responses to Homosexuality, and How Not to Do Outreach.