‘Fine Foods From Israel’ Campaign Sees U.S. Imports Rise 60% In 2004

More than 40 different Israeli food and beverage companies, representing hundreds of products were on exhibit at the 2004 KosherFest show.

La Brochette Makes Its Mark On Midtown

The name La Brochette is a nod to Cohen’s Middle Eastern roots, alluding to a shish kabob skewer, but the restaurant is first and foremost a French steakhouse, albeit one with a dazzling sushi menu.

Simple Home Cooking

Welcome back to Simple Home Cooking. Last time we focused on making a large pot of chicken soup. This week, as promised, we will discuss how to use all the cooked vegetables from the soup to create many dishes.

Israel’s Wine Guide Boycotts Judea and Samaria Wineries

Of course, if the guide were to exclude the Golan wineries it would have been a very thin book, without industry stars like Yarden and Gamla.

Top Ten Wines For The New Year

Rosh Hashanah is all about new beginnings and self-improvement and kosher wineries all over the world are making a commitment to producing great wines at affordable prices. Here are 10 suggestions for a fresh start on kosher wines.

Confused About What To Use?

I often get asked about the difference between spelt and whole wheat and the benefits of quinoa and what it counts as in a...

You Don’t Have to Come to Israel to Savor the Perfect Israeli Chanukah Experience

By Ken Stephens Exclusive recipe at the bottom of the article. If you’re a foodie or wine lover on the hunt for exquisite products, you’ll want...

The No-Potato Passover: A Journey of Food, Travel & Color

Most of the No-Potato Passover recipes are as casual as the title’s spelling: some include only six ingredients and limited prep time - half to one full hour. They’re good for heart health and waistlines, too.

Off-The-Radar Cookbooks

Today, our gorgeous cookbooks have full-color, high-gloss pages, are loaded with gourmet recipes and are heavily marketed in advertising campaigns.

Urbun: Hidden Buns in the Shuk

If we hadn't heard Josh's American-accented Hebrew we might not have noticed Urbun.

More Entries From The Soup Contest

Nothing says winter like a bowl of hot soup – and so many of you responded to our request for recipes back in December. The following are two more recipes we enjoyed.

Masbia Soup Kitchen Passover Food Distribution Network

Masbia Soup Kitchen Network to provide 18,000 meals this Passover season. Volunteer!

Kosher in the Kitch

Focus on simple clean ingredients with no-fuss cooking methods to get you through your holiday menu.

If You Don’t Have Margarine This Pesach, Use…

Mayonnaise. That's right, you read it correctly. And I'm sure it's not the first time you've read it, either. And the thought of it has...

The Other Side Of The Cork: Flam Winery: A Family Affair

Winemaking is not just about crushing some grapes, throwing them in a barrel and hoping for the best.

The Latest In Kosher Food: Perfect Gefilte Fish

What comes to mind when you think of Shabbos? The glow of candles, the beauty of the Shabbos table and the mouth-watering taste of special foods; freshly baked challah, simmering chicken soup and of course, gefilte fish.

Chanukah Cooking: Moroccan Sfenj (Doughnut)

Chanukah is definitely a holiday of lights, but not of light cooking. Here is the first in a series of Chanukah dishes from different Jewish communities from around the world.

Decoratively Speaking

I should be pursuing plateaus of pure and holy, but I’m busy delving and developing palatable palates instead.

Roasted Zaatar Chicken

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.

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."

To Invest or to Rest

 It's no joke – Pesach is looming closer and there's still so much to do. This is definitely not a time to rest! Who...

The Joy Of Pickles

One of my favorite memories from childhood is eating my grandmother's sour pickles.

Layer It On!

You’re probably wondering why the greatest advocate of fast and easy preps in the kitchen is talking about layer cakes, right?

Cookbooks, Cookbooks, Everywhere!!

What really makes me smile this time of year is that it usually means a bumper crop of new kosher cookbooks...

Shavuos – The Source Of Our True Joy

Nowadays, there are many kosher rosé wines available, baruch Hashem. I try every year to taste through most if not all of them.

Up Your Summer Cooking Game

There were crispy stuffed baked potatoes and tantalizing veggie burgers to be made and it needed to happen immediately, if not sooner.

Matzot Back To Egypt

Matzot produced in Israel will be heading back to Egypt, where the Israelites first produced matzah in their haste to leave ancient Egypt.

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