Fans of the New Hampshire Fisher Kats had an extra treat at their most recent ballgame – kosher food supplied by the Chabad of New Hampshire. Its great that sports enthusiasts who keep kosher can know find food at many stadiums throughtout the country.
Traveling to Massachusetts? Reserve Sundays at 10am to be in Brookline and take the Ahla Brookline Food Tour. This great walking tour combines Jewish culture and history with great kosher food. Contact Julia Goldberg at (617) 821-7667 for more information.
Rejoice, German Jewish dwellers, there is now a new kosher beer in your neighborhood. Simcha beer will be produced by the Hartmannsdorf Brewery and will be certified kosher by Rabbi Yitzchak Ehrenberg.
Looking to get into the kosher restaurant business? Well, it seems there is a non-franchise kosher restaurant in the New York area for sale and the asking price is about $250k.
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