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Kosher Tidbits from around the Web – September 17, 2007

For years eating kosher and eating gourmet did  not go hand in hand.  Nowadays however, you can find gourmet and exotic recipes totally in keeping with Jewish laws and traditions.  As a matter of fact today you can keep kosher and still eat like a billionaire.  In The Kosher Billionaire’s Secret Recipe, author Stacey Cohen treats us to presentations such as Eggplant Burger with Parmesan Cream Sauce, Halibut Livornese with Spinach Grocchini and Caramelized Apple with Cr?me Chantilly in Puff Pastry with Yogurt Sauce. 
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Kathi Kreider is enticing us to eat gourmet as well – but her speciality is desserts.  Parve desserts that is.  Kathi’s goal is to help those of us who keep kosher be able to enjoy a delectable dessert after a meat meal – even if it can’t be made with butters and creams.  Her answer – Parve Pleasures, located in her North Raleigh home and under the supervision of the local Chabad.
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Looking to enjoy a more simple meal?  Traveling to Niagra Falls over the next couple of weeks?  If the answer to both questions are yes, make sure to stop at King David Pizzeria and Bakery on Centre Street – the first kosher pizza shop in Niagra Falls.  But you need to travel fast as the restaurant will close for the season after Succoth.
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Hopefully coming soon to a supermarket freezer near you – Shannon Road Ice Cream – parve and sinfully rich they are in the process of acquring a reliable hechsher.
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And coming soon to Penn State – once a month kosher dinners in one of the campus dining halls.  For now, there are kosher groceries available in The Mix, a store in Pollock Commons.

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