Appearance on The Bridging Connections Podcast

While there are no new episodes of The Jewish Drinking Show this week (due to the Shavuos holiday), I am pleased to share that I appeared on a recent podcast episode, sharing about the Jewish Drinking project.

The newest episode of The Bridging Connections Podcast features me discussing the Jewish Drinking project, including The Jewish Drinking Show. The episode is available here, as well as on your favorite podcasting platform.

This is the fourth podcast appearance of mine discussing Jewish Drinking, having appeared on the 152nd episode of the Designated Drinker Show, the 28th episode of Let There Be Light, and the 17th episode of Drinking & Drashing.

Guest Appearance on the Drinking & Drashing Podcast

I am excited to share my appearance on the 17th episode of the Drinking & Drashing podcast.  The episode is available here (as well as many different services):

If you’re interested in checking out some clips from the episode, here are several:

Briefly Discussing the Origin Story of & The Jewish Drinking Show:

Sacred Space(s) in Esther?:

Esther, Purim, and Ecclesiastes:

Libations in Parashat Tetzaveh:

Podcast Guest on Designated Drinker Show

I am excited to share that I was the featured podcast guest on a recent episode of the Designated Drinker Show. Appearing on the podcast’s 152nd episode, which was released two weeks ago today, the discussion covered rabbinical school training, Hanukah, and The Jewish Drinking Show.

The episode also featured a cocktail designed for the occasion, which was created by the show’s in-house mixologist, Gina Chersevani, which is a New York Sour (and my first time ever drinking such a cocktail):

  • 2 oz rye whiskey or bourbon

  • 1 oz simple syrup

  • 1 oz fresh lemon juice

  • .5 oz red wine

 In a shaker tin, add whiskey, simple syrup and lemon. Fill 3/4 with ice, top and shake vigorously until tin becomes frosty. Strain over fresh ice in a rocks glass. Over the backside of the spoon, slowly pour the wine on top of cocktail. L’chayim!