Grapes Galore – Kosher Wineries Move Into High Gear

The grapes come in totes, known as wooden bins. From there it goes into various augers and pressers and filtration right there at crush and then it goes through a pasteurizer.

A Laffa To Love

Whenever I am lucky enough to do a restaurant review I’m always on the search for that special experience unique to that establishment alone: a reason to bring your friends and family that you can get in few other places.

When In Morocco, Roll As The Moroccans Do

If you’re like me, you walk into a place like Margez and you ask what on the menu is the kind of thing that really makes the restaurant special. The answer in this case is the Couscous Tajene with Lamb Shank.

Share Alike

Since Bonito is a shared plates restaurant, many of the items on the menu can be described as appetizers. This leads to a wide selection that includes a few different fish options.

Carbon Comes To Crown Heights

What makes Carbon stand out in the expanding group of charcoal chicken places? They make their own sausages. These are not similar to what you will find in a store.

Mouthwatering Wines for Shavuot

It is appropriate to drink wine to mark the celebration properly. One should sanctify Shavuot and bless a wine of quality to add joy to the meal.

Kashrus Agencies Show Unity, Discuss Challenges At Annual Conference

Today kashrus in Asia and Europe have really exploded and now we have to get involved in different cultures to ensure our standards … whether it’s in Chicago or in another part of the world.

Keep It Comin’

I’ve never tasted anything like this before, Avi said of the Lamb Kebab, It’s definitely very cooked but so melt-in-your-mouth – it’s silky and the flavors are so intense and juicy.

Royal Wine: This Little One Will Be Great

A bottle of wine is big and heavy, and when you give dozens of mishloach manos to friends and relatives, it can get quite expensive and tedious. Thankfully, the selection of smaller wine bottles and cans has grown tremendously.

Hate Now Served Online Against Kosher Restaurants

"I'm not surprised that people hate," Goldberg told The Jewish Press. "I'm surprised that Google, a company worth billions of dollars doesn't have a way to stop this. How I could get 100 negative reviews on a Saturday when I'm not open.

Enlightening Wines For Chanukah

While contemplating the burning candles, it is an opportunity to take careful note of a wine’s aromatic profile, and appreciate its texture and flavors.

Healthier Food Choices And Alcoholic Varieties At Kosherfest

The big winner for Best New Product was 100 percent Pure Pistachio Oil by Setton International Foods.

Top Five Bites Of Kosherfest 2021

Luckily for you (and, let’s face it, me), I was allowed into the extremely full belly of the beast where I tasted some truly amazing things. Did I do this for my own good? Of course not. (Just ask my waistline.)

Kosherfest Report: Covid, Cannabis And The Supply Chain Highlighted As Kosher Industry Challenges

We have to remember the word pork, there’s a lot of history packed into that.

Off To A Great Start

The entire Seder of Rosh Hashanah, with its many beautiful minhagim, is all about symbols. Each fruit and vegetable symbolizes a dimension of spiritual growth for the year ahead. These are all things that we can see with wine, as well.

Lentil Carrot Burgers for Tamara

Tamara decided to become a vegetarian, but she gained weight from all the rice and pastas. Here's a healthy and more balanced alternative.

Beet Crackers for Jonathan

People don't believe it, but beet crackers are absolutely delicious.

Granola Bars for Miriam

A healthy granola bar is good on the go or as a quick breakfast. It easily beats sugar laden cereal. It’s suitable as a snack on a day trip, a hike or after exercise.

Healthy Falafel for Alan

"Help me lose the excess weight but please don’t make me give up my junk food!" 

Gazpachos for Beth

Gazpachos are also a good idea for the days before the 9th of Av, since many don’t eat meat and it’s quite hot outside.

Cauliflower & Garbanzo Beans GF Buns for Harry

Making the perfect tasting, perfect texture gluten free bread is always a challenge...

Peanut Butter Gluten-Free Cookies for Julie

Julie is one of our youngest clients. She is 20 years old and has celiac disease.

Gluten Free and Cheeseless Cheese Soufflé Recipe for Tammy

Tammy came to us on a special therapeutic diet that recommends eliminating gluten and dairy. In this case the challenge was mostly on me to create dishes that are tasty, healthy and meet the doctor’s orders.

Tnuva Presents Exciting New Recipes for Shavuos

The booklet includes original, exciting recipes that are perfectly suited for Yom Tov, including appetizers, main courses, and desserts.

High-End Herring – With Hisorerus

I asked the guy for the recipe, and he started telling me: "First, you have to dance with the fish, then say a little Tehillim, then go to the mikveh, and then learn Likutei Moharan with the fish."

Michelin Star Awarded to Israeli Chef Assaf Granit

Granit’s Paris eatery, Shabour, opened a year and a half ago and immediately became a hit with both customers and critics.

A Real Prohibition Pickle

There's something uniquely appropriate about opening a new restaurant in the middle of a lockdown and then calling it Prohibition Pickle

Realizing Jeremiah’s Prophecy: 3 Samaria Wineries Win Accolades in Intl. Competition

In the competition, which was held last week in Israel, more than 600 samples of wines and spirits were tested by some 40 judges from all over the world.

65 Israeli Wines Win Medals in Decanter World Wine Awards

The “Oscars of wine” recognizes the products of 18 Israeli wineries, bestowing six gold medals, 31 silvers and 28 bronzes.

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