A Jewish organization creates unforgettable summer experiences for special needs kids and their parents.
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 email@example.com 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...
Posted on: July 30th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
From the heart of Seattle, Washington comes a spice sure to challenge your palette - Bacon Salt.
Posted on: July 25th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
South Florida, rejoice!
Posted on: July 25th, 2007Sections → Food
Prior to the outbreak of World War II, Poland contained the second largest Jewish community in the world, with nearly 3.5 million Jews.
Posted on: July 3rd, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
Good news comes to those who wait – beginning this summer Jelly Belly jelly beans will be certified kosher by the Orthodox Union. And in other OU news – ou.org is launching a kosher cooking channel, Simply Kosher, with original videos from some of today’s top chefs. Looking for a parve cream to decorate your cakes with? Look no […]
Posted on: June 18th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
What do you do if you find yourself living outside an Orthodox community – or in a community too small to have a kosher butcher? You can travel to the nearest city or town where kosher meat is readily available and shlep things home or you can log on to glattondemand.com and choose your selection […]
Posted on: June 14th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
Talk over the past week is about Arcady Gaydamak purchasing 51% of the Tiv Taam supermarket chain. The chain, which is not kosher, had originally begun as stores for Russian Israelis but over time had broken into the secular Israeli market. Mr. Gaydamak has said that all non-kosher food would be removed from the shelves […]
Posted on: June 4th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
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 […]
Posted on: May 28th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
From Paris to Milan newspapers across the world are talking about the “non-kosher ” clothing that had been sold in Israel. The Italian fashion company Zara ran advertisements in many Israeli publications apologizing for selling suits with shatnez. An article of clothing is considered to have shatnez and cannot be worn when there is any […]
Posted on: May 21st, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
The babirusa is a cousin to the pig and lives in the islands around Indonesia. It seems there was some discussion as to whether or not it could be kosher – it has split hooves. However, it doesn’t meet the other kosher siman of chewing its cud, so it doesn’t make the list of meats you […]
Posted on: May 14th, 2007Sections → Food → Kosher Food News
South Africa’s The Star newspaper has a review of a Johannesburg restaurant called The Bario. From exquisite sushi to imaginative salads to regal burgers (they actually have one called King David) and wonderful vegetarian dishes, there seems to be something here for everyone. For more information read the review here. Also in the news is Izzy’s […]
Posted on: April 25th, 2007Sections → Food
Tel Aviv - Nestleis heavily invested in Israel through its significant ownership of Osemand other ventures, and may very well be a leader in aggressively pursuing ethnic markets in general.
Posted on: March 28th, 2007Sections → Food
Israel's food industry is projecting one of the most profitable Passover holidays in its history.
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