Food is such an important part of the Jewish experience... (JSpace Food is) a forum where foodies can come together to celebrate Jewish traditions and explore modern kosher cuisine.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 14, 2013
Jspace.com is proud to announce the launch of our new Jewish food section: http://www.jspace.com/food.
Capitalizing on our successes in online Jewish news, gossip, free dating, events, and ticketing, Jspace.com is expanding our brand to include Jewish cuisine with our dedicated food section. This new website features food articles, kosher recipes, tips and tricks in a Jspace.com community dedicated to Jewish food and culture.
Jspace Food articles provide context for Jewish traditions, restaurant reviews, and food news, while our recipes update Jewish classics for the modern kitchen. Jspace Food provides weekly Shabbat and brunch menus to take the stress out of planning meals. Picky eaters, health enthusiasts and those with dietary restrictions can find recipes just for them in our gluten-free, baby food, and holiday categories.
Jspace Food also plans to premiere a weekly video tutorial, instructing users on how to prepare all kinds of Jewish dishes.
This food section allows users to share, rate, and save recipes, and comment easily through a Facebook plugin. The enhanced graphics and large photos make following a recipe easier than ever before.
Dorina Pilipovsky, food editor at Jspace.com, said, "Food is such an important part of the Jewish experience. I’m so excited to be facilitating a forum where foodies can come together to celebrate Jewish traditions and explore modern kosher cuisine."
To see Jspace.com’s new food section, please visit http://www.jspace.com/food.
Jspace.com is an online Jewish community where users can find nonstop coverage of Jewish news; Jewish recipes and food articles; event listings; information about Jewish holidays and practices; local and national nonprofit organizations; and free Jewish dating.
Members can turn to Jspace to connect locally or find out about other Jewish communities they may be visiting. There is no cost associated with joining and using the site; it is free for all users and organizations.