They say the best way to watch a baseball game is with food in one hand and a soft drink or beer in the other. Well, rumorhas it the best potato knishes at a ballpark can be found at RFK Stadium in Washington DC and amazingly enough they’re kosher. As a matter of fact quality kosher food can be purchased at many sports arena thanks to a company called Kosher Sports.
And speaking of kosher food, interesting places and convenience – coming soon to an airport, hospital, hotel and office near you – vending machines selling hot kosher food. The dream-child of Alan Cohnen, and Doron Fetman, Kosher Vending Industries, has the only kosher license for a patented vending machine that keeps food like pizza, mozzarella sticks, potato knishes, onion rings, or vegetarian cutlets frozen until the moment of purchase. Then within 45 seconds, hot piping food becomes available.
In Beijing and looking for a place to eat – China Daily recommends checking out Dini’s Kosher restaurant. This “oasis for the Jewish community” serves Japanese dishes (yes, Japanese) as well as old-time American favorites like foot-long hot dogs and open pastrami sandwiches.
Want to give your opinionon a restaurant, deli or take-out place in your neighborhood? Check out Kosher Community Surveys where your thoughts and opinions matter.
And finally our friends at R.A.B. Food Group, LLC – otherwise known as Manischewitz – have announced the 2nd annual Simply Manischewitz Cook-Off. This time around the first round tryouts will be held in Philadelphia, Chicago and San Francisco. So, chefs, gather up your recipes and give it a try, the grand prize in this contest – State-of-the-art, GE Profile Stainless Steel Kitchen Appliances.
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