I find a lot of great stuff on The Jew and the Carrot, a blog about Jews and food, like this blurb about Natalie Portman’s new project. She’s going to star with Irrfan Khan in Mira Nair’s next movie, Kosher Vegetarian. The title alone sends me, and it’s a movie about a relationship between a Gujurati man and a Jewish woman, so we’re sure to review it here. Maybe we’ll get hits from people trying to find recipes. (If you came here looking for vegan knish recipes, just comment and I’ll hook you up.) Plus, I think Natalie Portman is awesome. Check Portman out in this recent interview:
And, of course, while Portman is famously Jewish, Johansson is a lesser-known Jew (because of her Scandinavian father, sheâ€™s called â€śthe kosher Danishâ€ť). When Penelope Cruz and Salma Hayek made a movie together, all the headlines blared â€śthe Hot Tamalesâ€ť. What should the media label a film starring two Jewish girls? Portman doesnâ€™t miss a beat.
â€śThe Hot Knishes,â€ť she says, referring to the Jewish delicacy.
All this and vegan shoes.
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