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Monday, September 03, 2007

Keeping Kosher at a Newport B&B

The Associated Press reports on a unique Bed & Breakfast in Newport, Rhode Island:
Apracticing Catholic who attends church each Sunday, Mary Ellen Newbury hardly seems a sure bet to know the ins and outs of keeping a kosher diet....
The bed-and-breakfast has separate ovens and microwaves for warming up meat and dairy dishes, so milk and meat don't mix, and food brought into the house from the outside requires the approval of the Orthodox rabbi at nearby Touro Synagogue. Hot food that guests plan to eat over the weekend must be placed in the oven before sundown on Friday since traditional Judaism prohibits the use of electricity on the Sabbath...
Click here for the The Admiral Weaver Inn's website.

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