Here it is! The first episode lovingly crafted for your listening pleasure. If however you’re a bit impatient or got lost somewhere, I’ve included the timings and some extra little tidbits for you below.
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Hayden introduces you to the world of the bagel03:03 – Mushrooms (Part 1)
Pre Mushroom forage chat with Mike Green – For more foraging check out his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/intrepidforager/
I’m joined by Rabbi Debbie Young-Somers who explains the structure of the Talmud although that makes it sound more boring than it is. Rashi gets more than an honourable mention!
Ben Crowne talks about the private ambulance service, Hatzola, and the drama going on there.
The Mushroom Forage!!! Mike and I are joined by Tilla Crowne
I chat with Israeli journalist Gilad Halpern about the reasons behind the upcoming Israeli elections. Listen to Gilad’s own podcast: The Tel Aviv Review, here – https://tlv1.fm/podcasts/tel-aviv-review-show/
Julia Gazdag answers what to do when you’ve cooked too much food.
Jewish chef Denise Philips talks to us about the history of the bagel. She also does lessons! Book yours here – https://jewishcookery.com/
On the first Broigus we discuss the future for left wing Jews. This was recorded when I was running out of time at Limmud Festival so the pacing is rather swift! Featuring Rabbi Michael Muskowitz, Marjorie Ingal, Daniel Anderson, Ben Crowne and Julia Gazdag.
For those who don’t know, I explain the Shlomo Rubashkin affair. Unfortunately, as hard as I tried I couldn’t find anyone to talk to me who was pro Rubashkin and I tried a lot of people! If I missed you out, please do get in touch as I want the Bagel to be a place for Jews of all stripes – firstname.lastname@example.org