Chillul Tefila Bifarhesia, as well as halachicly challenged verbiage and dress, are external manifestations of a critical lack of personal yiras shomayim which has lethal consequences.
Posted on: January 9th, 2004Food → Kashrut Scene
If your family is anything like mine, the first thing we discuss when planning a gathering is whatwe're serving.
Posted on: December 24th, 2003Food → Kashrut Scene
* Aunt Gussies Cookies and Crackers (Star K, parve and dairy - Star D symbol). This is the most delicious line of cookies we have ever tried.
Posted on: December 5th, 2003Food → Kashrut Scene
Over the past 10 years I have attended quite a number of Kosherfests - the annual kosher food show produced by Menachem Lubinsky and his staff at IMC.
Posted on: November 14th, 2003Food → Kashrut Scene
Half the fun of cooking, I have found, is coming up with my own recipes.
Posted on: October 17th, 2003Food → Kashrut Scene
Old favorites and new delicacies add up to wonderful additions to a Yom Tov meal.
Posted on: October 3rd, 2003Food → Kashrut Scene
For many of us, September means back-to-school. The stores are filled with sales on clothing, school supplies and books; the supermarkets are filled with sales on snacks and drinks.
Posted on: September 12th, 2003Food → Kosher Food News
We have no special theme this week, just some great products we have come across.
Posted on: August 22nd, 2003Food → Jewish Fress
Few things say summer like a barbecue does. The sounds and smells
of grilling food shout summer so loudly, we think people are crazy if they
barbecue in the winter. So, what do you put on the grill if you want to eat
healthy? Grilled chicken is a great choice if you are looking to cut down on
fat and calories, but believe or not, so are franks. Abeles and Heymann
(OU glatt) has beef franks with less fat and sodium than turkey franks.
Posted on: July 18th, 2003Food → Kashrut Scene
A great way to start off your day is with a delicious and nutritious bowl of cereal.
Posted on: June 20th, 2003Food → Kashrut Scene
The seven weeks between Pesach and Shavuos are a time of spiritual awakening; a time when we strive to achieve growth in many areas of our lives. The one area, however, in which growth is not appreciated is our weight. The following are some great products you can use on Shavuos that won't cause an overload on the scales.
Posted on: June 6th, 2003Food → Kashrut Scene
We have no specific theme this week, just an assortment of great products we have had an opportunity to try over the past few weeks.
Posted on: April 11th, 2003Food → Jewish Fress
¡? Fruit Leather (Stretch Island Fruit, OK parve)
is a 100% natural snack. 100% natural means no
added sugar, no artificial colors or flavors, no fat and
cholesterol ¡? and great taste. The Wild Apple tastes
like a green apple, the Mucho Mango tastes like a slice
of mango, etc. But you get more than great taste and a
healthy snack. On each package of fruit leather is an
interesting humorous jingle about the flavor you are
about to eat, so you get something to read as well. For
Purim, include Stretch Island Fruit Leather in a box
with a bottle of water, a package of nuts and seeds
and call your Mishloach Manos "A Traveling Snack."
Posted on: February 14th, 2003Food → Jewish Fress
Among the many pieces of advice given to me when I first got married came from a wise family acquaintance. He said, "Always keep the phone number of your local take-out on speed dial."
Posted on: January 17th, 2003Food → Jewish Fress
As in most homes, candy has a very important place in our family life. Whether it is a snack for the kids to take with them to school, or just something to nosh on when there is nothing else to do, for those of us not "health conscious"-candy is what we look for. Over the past few months some really great nosh has made its way into our office ? here are the four we most enjoyed.
Posted on: December 13th, 2002Food → Jewish Fress
This past week, our kosher food panel had the pleasure of spending two days in Secaucus, New Jersey at Kosherfest 2002. As always, we were amazed not only at the number of new kosher food products but also at the array of countries from which they are imported.
Posted on: November 22nd, 2002Food → Jewish Fress
The other day my son called me from yeshiva ? just to chat. As usual, I asked about his day and of course, like any good mother ? "How's the food?" His response was "Pretty good," but that there are days that he doesn't eat supper because he doesn't like what they serve. I felt bad, but what could I do? He doesn't have a refrigerator, microwave or oven, so I can't send him food from home or even packaged meals ? can I?
Posted on: September 28th, 2002Food → Jewish Fress
Here is a selection of great kosher products that we came across this summer. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did. Please accept our wishes for a sweet and delicious New Year.
Posted on: August 23rd, 2002Food
Spirits are rising alongside the cookie dough at the Manhattan JCC as doctors, social workers, artists, lawyers, and teachers team up with master chef Levana Kirschenbaum to bake one million chocolate chip cookies to raise funds to help the families of Israel's terror victims.
Posted on: August 9th, 2002Food → Jewish Fress
As many of us begin searching for the perfect dairy or fish meal for the Nine Days, it seems a great time to review some of the wonderful kosher sauces and dressings that can be found in the local grocery or supermarket.
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