Student Union opens ‘hasbara’ room in effort to fill public diplomacy vacuum.
Posted on: February 27th, 2008Sections → Food
The Mishna teaches us, "Appoint for yourself a rav" - a Torah guide, from whom you can acquire clarity through wisdom.
Posted on: January 30th, 2008Sections → Food
Here is some good and bad news for chocoholics. The good news is that dark chocolate can lower your blood pressure; the bad news is that only a very small amount of dark chocolate is needed.
Posted on: January 16th, 2008Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
Do you love salsa, but are tired of the nominal selection you find in your local stores? Well, Chachie’s (a California-based company) makes kosher refrigerated salsa in flavors you have only dreamt about — Deli style, California style, Roasted Tomatillo just to name a few. For more information including locations visit their website. Traveling to […]
Posted on: December 24th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
Last week the topic of discussion was the kosher cheeseburger found on the menu at Talia’s Steakhouse. Made with soy cheese and supposedly grilled to perfection, they say it’s a must try for those who have spent their years wondering what all the fuss was about. Interested in a trying a truly natural soft drink – […]
Posted on: December 10th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
The world’s first Chocolate and Charity Tour will take place this coming February in Israel (where else?). The brainchild of Modi’in Tours, the trip includes eight days of travel from Herzliya to four kibbutzim, with Shabbos in Jerusalem. For more information on rates and availability click here. While those of you in Chicago may already know, […]
Posted on: December 3rd, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
Kosher Soul Food has a recipe for Bourbon-Pecan truffles that sounds melt-in-your-mouth delicious. Almost makes me want to rum home and whip some up for our family Chanukah party. Looking for ways to cut the fat this coming Chanukah? About.com has a list of low-fat kosher cookbooks that make great gifts for yourself and others. And while […]
Posted on: November 27th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
Latke Crisps, Babka Bites – just two of the delicious snacking flavors from Thou Shall Snack, a company based in Seattle. In our office we tried all four current flavors and according to our reviewers some of them were “melt in your mouth” delicious. Winners of Best New Snack at this year’s Kosherfest, all their […]
Posted on: November 21st, 2007Sections → Food
Israel's institutional bakeries have stopped producing price-controlled loaves in protest of the government's refusal to allow them to raise prices.
Posted on: November 21st, 2007Sections → Food
The food and hotel industries in Israel are gathering at the end of the month for the Israeli version of Kosherfest.
Posted on: November 19th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
An interesting article about Israel and kosher food can be found on the Cattle Network website. It contains lots of useful information on exports, imports and the Rabbinate. Seems there is a great caf? located in the Merage Jewish Community Center in Irvine, California. Under the supervision of the Rabbinical Council of Orange County, the Blueberry […]
Posted on: November 12th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
With thoughts of Thanksgiving in the air, magazines are running their “Best Turkey” surveys. Over at Cook’s Illustrated the taste testers have chosen Rubashkin’s Aaron’s Best frozen kosher turkey as one of the best. No surprise there for anyone who has ever tasted their poultry. Live or work on the Upper West Side? Great news – […]
Posted on: November 5th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
Across the Atlantic, Scotland‘s only kosher restaurant, L’Chaim, is getting high praise for its latkes and chopped liver. Conversation over this past week was about “Exit” the new energy drink being marketed to Charediim in Israel. Under the strictest of supervision, this Red Bull-like drink, will, according to the company’s owner, give energy to those who […]
Posted on: October 29th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
Dave Cook’s Eating in Translation offers tidbits of information on interesting foods from around New York City. Looking through this past week’s selections there is apple studel from Sander’s in Williamsburg and Kaff’s in Boro Park, as well as a crispy flatbread from Oneg. Living in LA and looking for a new business – well, there […]
Posted on: October 8th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
In Washington DC this week? Take a ride over to the Hillel at Georgetown University and join them for the grand opening of new Colonial Kosher Caf?. Steak Night takes place on the 11th. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. There has been quite a bit of remodeling at the East Side Kosher Dairy Supermarket. And […]
Posted on: September 24th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
Steak lovers rejoice! Members of “The Kosher Blog” have recently hosted a steak-tasting test and have posted their results. Surf on over to find out which cuts of meat stand the test of taste and grill. It may not be Chanukah yet but in some parts of the country the chilly nights have begun. And […]
Posted on: September 19th, 2007Sections → Food
In the first 24 hours of life, a nursing baby gets a big zing of power from its mother's milk.
Posted on: September 17th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
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.
Posted on: September 3rd, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
Our theme today is great kosher food. Traveling way, way south this year?
Posted on: August 7th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
Fans of the New Hampshire Fisher Kats had an extra treat at their most recent ballgame...
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