Pesach is a holiday where multiples abound. From the four questions, the 10 plagues and double dipping to the hodgepodge that is charoset or Hillel's famous bitter herb and matzah sandwich, nothing seems to be singular on this holiday. If only our unleavened bread were privy to such excess.
Cooking according to Chanukah tradition doesn’t have to be boring! Though it’s unlikely that any Maccabee ever saw a potato, latkes are traditionally made with potatoes and that particular “traditional” dish is based on a South American tuber that didn’t cross the Atlantic until the sixteenth century.
Several new wines have arrived stateside just in time for Sukkot.
Want to make sure you don’t forget your lunch as you head out to work? Stash your keys in the refrigerator, right next to your meal.
“People who never buy cookbooks are getting this one,” said Victoria. “They read it cover to cover and find it so interesting.”
My husband and I recently took part in a unique experience; one that proved to be both pleasurable and educational.
A green bell pepper affectionately dubbed “Godzilla” by the children of Moshav Ein Yahav in the northern Arava desert has won a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.
If you are spending the time in the kitchen, make it worth the effort. Make it taste good. Make it look nice.
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.
Talk over the past week is about Arcady Gaydamak purchasing 51% of the Tiv Taam supermarket chain. The chain, which is not kosher, had...
Now that mustard ranks as the #1 condiment in the US and has risen to acclaim as an edible accompaniment to favorite dishes, only the tastiest brown mustard and white mustard seeds are grown and harvested for mass productions.
Rosh Hashanah is all about new beginnings and self-improvement and kosher wineries all over the world are making a commitment to producing great wines at affordable prices. Here are 10 suggestions for a fresh start on kosher wines.
Butternut Squash, a hybrid of Gooseneck and Hubbard squashes, is a diverse winter vegetable whose warm notes help combat the winter chill.
If you're located in the Northern Hemisphere, July signals the time of year when the weather can be hot enough to make you both thirsty and a bit more than uncomfortable. Our minds go to the efficiency of the air-conditioning in our homes, automobiles, and offices, and our palates take us to dishes that are light and not infrequently intentionally served cold. When we think of wine it is most logical for our thoughts to turn to white wines for, in addition to being served well chilled, those indeed tend to be crisper and more refreshing than reds.
Ingredients: Four 6 oz good quality salmon showing good color, and clear marbling, skin on Salmon Marinade 5 oz balsamic vinegar 2-3 cloves garlic 2 oz honey (1 oz...
Bottles of wine accompany the Pesach storytelling - each glass of wine represents the four expressions used by G-d in describing the redemption of the Jewish people from Egypt.
* 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.
The weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer - spring is in the air and Shavuot is almost here! The warm weather and dairy Shavuot meals provide the perfect excuse to pop the corks on the newest vintage of white and rosé wines.
Easy Summer Recipes And Tips Marinating Marinades do not need to totally cover the food. Allow ¼ to ½ cup of marinade for every 1-2...
While we all go to restaurants for a good meal, it is dessert, that final taste that lingers in your mouth, that is the crown jewel of any dining experience and Six Thirteen’s offerings did not disappoint.
“For us kosher keeping, chumus-loving Jews, aquafaba opens up an infinite amount of possibilities,” Zohn told Olam Yehudi. “It is a versatile pareve ingredient.”
Fruit flavors as described in wine actually only refer to the scents that are identified as we smell the wine...
Chanukah is definitely a holiday of lights, but not of light cooking. Here is the second in a series of Chanukah dishes from different Jewish communities from around the world.
Roast duck Preheat oven to 375