By and large I think people expected it. I don’t think anyone was surprised that Kosherfest wasn’t going to take place in November.
You don’t always have access to measuring spoons and cups when eating out or at someone’s home for a meal. Here are some really easy visual ways for you to plan your portions, at home or away!
Now you can get your Glatt Kosher Abeles & Heymann hot dogs all over the country.
Nowadays, there are many kosher rosé wines available, baruch Hashem. I try every year to taste through most if not all of them.
The traditional recipes she used throughout our lives brought comfort and love to both our family and strangers alike.
The nuttiness of the sesame adds a lot of depth to the dates and chocolate coating.
Given the subject matter, it seems appropriate for this cookbook to open with a chapter on food safety since giving your family food poisoning by feeding them spoiled ingredients is definitely something to be avoided.
After having tasted through most of the KFWE offerings, I have chosen a handful of wines which I very much enjoyed, and recommend you all to consider for your Purim Seudah.
I love Lo Mein, but the thought of boiling the noodles in one pan and then sautéing it together in another means a two-pot mess.
So much of our lives revolve around food. In addition to eating our three squares every day, there is a signature dish for every Jewish...
Butcher Block Grill Serves Fresh Ingredients and Kosher Meats in Style
There is something so comforting about a bowl of warm pesto-laden pasta with perfectly cooked salmon on a cold winter night.
In exciting news to both Madeb and myself, we learned that there would be three new wines from Burgundy produced by the Aegerter winery.
They were not willing to compromise on quality regardless of the difficulties that come with producing kosher wines.
The menorahs are polished, the dreidels are ready to make their annual appearance and donuts and latkes seem to be just about everywhere. Yup,...
Whether it’s hearty soups oozing with seasonal flavors or the scent of chocolate chip cookies wafting through your home, December was made for the kitchen – and thus the perfect season to check out some intriguing new cookbooks.
Can you believe it’s almost Chanukah? I can! Chanukah already came early in our house, when, by accident, my son opened an Amazon box...
Mrs. Sutcliffe’s letter motivated Eli to turn his small, hobbyist wine production into a professional winery, which he named Domaine du Castel.
Of course, there was plenty to see that had nothing to do with organic, gluten free, non-GMO and vegan fare.
I know, after all of those Yom Tov meals, you may still be on hiatus from kitchen duty, but these two cookbooks might have you rethinking that decision.
While we were there, we explored the shuk. The sights, smells and delicious food are unmatched by any other marketplace I have ever been to.
China Glatt’s owner and manager, Sholom Witriol, told us that his goal has always been to run a good place for family dining, with a price range that makes it practical for even those of modest means to enjoy a night out, even when it isn’t a special occasion.
The biggest change was the prohibition of bassar b’chalav. Eriske also kept his staff, and is very happy with his new customers, whom he finds to be most friendly and generous.
A recent study in Israel provided key academic evidence linking proper nutrition to reduced behavioral problems and improved academic success.
I have a friend who absolutely hates cooking. She just texted me a long thank you for this recipe because she was able to follow it, and everybody loved it!
It’s coming before we know it! I’m not worried, because I’ll use some of my favorite go-to dishes such as my succulent chicken with squash recipe.
The story of Israel's wine industry is in many ways a reflection of the modern-day rebirth of our nation in its homeland.
I always wanted to write an article on the history of the kosher wine evolution. It is fascinating that here we are in 5779/2019...