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Kosher Tidbits from Around the Web – March 17, 2009

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Is there a more perfect way to end your day then with a bowl of soup?  They soup is comfort food – even during the summer months.  So, how about sharing soup with a group of friends? That’s the idea behind a “soup soiree”.  Click here for recipes and tips.

 

Visiting Chicago or want to send someone there a gift – visit Zelda’s Sweet Shoppe on-line (CRC supervised) and choose from its great selection.  Order now for Pesach and receive a 10% discount on your order. 

 

And speaking of Chicago, Kosher Community Survey, is now collecting information on Chicago, Cleveland and New York.  Have an opinion – they want to hear it.

 

I read a review of a Chinese restaurant in LA, which sounded so good, it almost made me want to get on a plane to check it out.  The restaurant is called Mashu Mashu and it’s under the supervision of the RCC.

 

As there are coffee lovers in my family, this item caught my eye: a 2-pack of 24 count boxes of Timothy’s World (KSA supervised) coffee for Keurig Brewers for just $21.00.

 

Between now and Pesach, you can enjoy the taste of Blue Ice Organic Wheat Vodka

 

Finally, there is great excitement in our home because Carlos and Gabby has finally opened their Brooklyn location.

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