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Kosher Community Weathers Unprecedented Challenge of Hurricane Sandy

The kosher community is slowly emerging from an historic challenge, the full dimensions of which are yet to be told. For kosher supermarkets, the...

Empire Kosher Poultry Unexpectedly Fires CEO

Leading kosher chicken producer Empire Kosher Poultry has unexpectedly fired its chief executive officer after company higher-ups nixed his plans to acquire another kosher...

Abigael’s Kosher Meals to Debut at Fairway Market

Award Winning Chef Jeff Nathan Creates Convenient ‘Dinners to Go’ Entrees Jeff Nathan, Executive Chef and co-owner of Abigael’s on Broadway, the world largest...

Jewish Children’s Museum to Host Special ‘Kosher Day’’

Oct. 21 to be “a day of tasting, exploring and learning through a whole lot of fun!” The Jewish Children’s Museum has announced an...

OU Kosher Publishes New Manual for Food Service Industry

So you’ve attended a sit-down Bar Mitzvah or wedding for 600 at a luxurious hotel, with the meal strictly kosher, and your major concern...

Kosher Italian Cook Alessandra Rovati Introduces Authentic, Traditional Rosh Hashanah Dishes to Your

Self-taught kosher Italian cook, Alessandra Rovati launched www.dinnerinvenice.com to celebrate colorful, healthy and kosher foods that talented and passionate Italian Jews have brought to...

New Food Outlets Bring ‘Non-Traditional’ Hashgachas to Brooklyn’s Chareidi Community

It may not exactly be a trend (yet), but two food establishments – Dunkin Donuts and 16 Handles – are trying to attract clientele...

The Jewish Voice Reviews Smokey Joe’s

The Place for Kosher BarbecueOne of the good things about being a Kosher-observing Jew in the tri-state area is the sheer number of dining...

Jezebel Brings Hip, Sophisticated, Quality Dining to the Kosher Crowd

Having only opened its doors a few weeks ago, a new addition to SoHo’s nightlife/culinary scene has already made quite a splash. With its...

Premium Ice Cream – A Jewish Invention?

For those of us who love indulging in mass-marketed premium ice cream – especially as an antidote to sweltering summer days – it may...

New York 7-Eleven Store Now ‘Keeps Kosher’

Retailer Opens First Kosher Grill in MonseyAfter more than a year in planning, 7-Eleven, Inc. has opened its first kosher grill at a 7-Eleven...

Recipe: Minestrone – Italian Vegetable Soup (Pareve or Dairy)

The word minestrone derives from the Latin verb ministrare, which means ‘to administer’.Maybe because, as any Italian mother can witness, it is the most efficient way to...

Jezebel, Where ‘The Only Thing Kosher Is the Food,’ Comes to SoHo

Jezebel, envisioned by founding partners and first-time restaurateurs Henry Stimler and Menachem Senderowicz of B&Y Hospitality (British & Yiddish), opened last week, featuring sophisticated,...

Sumptuous Sephardic Summertime Recipe: Rai’yeb b’Labaniyeh

(Chilled Yogurt and Cucumber Soup)This refreshing summer favorite tastes similar to cacik, Turkish cucumber and yogurt salad. Because of the silky texture of rai’yeb...

Triangle K, Hebrew National Answer to Kashrut Critics

In response to the class action lawsuit being filed by a group of people against the popular food manufacturer Hebrew National, claiming that the...

Many More Kosher Mouths to Feed… and Then Some

The news that the Jewish community in the eight-county New York area has grown by 10% since 2002 is not surprising to the kosher...

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