Sunday, February 25, 2018

Food & Wine

Serve Up Cheesy Gluten-Free Pizza for Shavuot

It is customary to eat dairy food on Shavuot for a number of reasons. One reason is that Shavuot is linked to the Exodus from Egypt, and it is written, “From the misery of Egypt to a country flowing with milk and honey…” (Exodus 3:8-17).

For those on gluten-free diets, the traditional baked dairy

Sublime Whites for Shavuot: Fizzy Lambrusco, Fancy Roussanne...and Is That a ‘Banana-Scented’ Chardonnay?

It’s Shavuot shopping season, and that means it’s time to break out the chilled whites wines; perhaps these bottles are your familiar favorites that go best with fish, white sauces and other dairy delicacies such as cheesecake and fresh whipped cream, but it’s nice to also take

Memories of Shavuots Past

In our family, as a child growing up, I remember the chart that my mother would hang over my father’s armoire. It was her annual sefirah chart. If we would each remember to count sefirah each day our reward would be an individual cheesecake. Interestingly, perhaps a sign of the way things used to be, my mother never counted

Delicious Baked Macaroni and Cheese

Boil 1 lb. of macaroni (I use elbow) in salt water and pour cold water over it as it drains.

Preheat oven to 350.

Melt in saucepan 1 lb. of sliced American cheese together with 1 ½ cups of milk and a pinch of pepper, and cook until cheese melts. Stir often in order

Blue Moon and OU Kosher Partner to Bring Kosher-Friendly Beer to 10.5 Million More Americans

New state-of-the-art brewery receives kosher certification from Orthodox Union

Denver—Blue Moon Brewing Company (Blue Moon), an award-winning craft beer company, announced that its newest brewery in the River North (RiNo) neighborhood in Denver has been certified as OU Kosher from the

On the Chopping Block: Heating It Up at CBY

The doors opened on Sunday, May 7, at Congregation Bnai Yeshurun to a packed event that filled the social hall to its seams. Naomi Nachman, hailing from Woodmere, by way of Australia, a renowned personal chef and author of the cookbook “Perfect for Pesach,” played hostess, bustling around the room and

Bergenfield’s Executive Caterers Features Appetizers at ‘Taste of Teaneck’

Local Bergenfield business owner David Pearlman of Executive Caterers proudly displayed one of his company’s star appetizers at this week’s Taste of Teaneck restaurant showcase at the Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe, and continued to prove to others that kosher doesn’t have to equal uninspired. Executive

Mom’s Chicken, Israel’s Top-Selling Brand, Launches Series of Products in US

Mom’s Chicken, the most beloved and recognized brand in its category amongst Israeli consumers is now available in the frozen foods section at local supermarkets in your area.

The series of Mom’s Chicken products runs the gamut from Chicken Breast Stars and Crispy Chicken Breast

Abeles & Heymann Debuts New Look in Time for Grilling Season

Hillside—Abeles & Heymann, makers of award-winning premium kosher hot dogs and deli, debuts a totally new look and feel for the products across all marketing and sales platforms. While the A&H packaging has been revamped, the recipes and quality standards have not changed since 1954. A&H hot dog and deli meat

Celebrating Yom Ha’atzmaut: Israeli Wines Are Conquering the World

On Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israel Independence Day, Jews all over the world turn to Israel with pride. We hoist a glass in toast to the country we love. For 69 years, Israel has been at the forefront of world innovation, proving its critics wrong and stepping onto the international stage with pride.

Fresh Ways to Enjoy Pizza Night and Make a Balanced Meal

(BPT) You know a balanced diet that includes plenty of fruits and vegetables is best for your health, but achieving that can be a challenge given everything you have to accomplish in a day. Daily meal planning doesn’t have to be such a chore if you turn to your freezer for a little help. In fact, starting with frozen prepared

Rosé all day every day

 Spring is in the air, we may have just moved out of the Pesach season, but Shavuos and summer will be here before you can bat an eye. Well what does this mean for us wine drinkers? Do wines discriminate between seasons and are there specific wines, which are better suited for the warmer seasons?