(Courtesy of KOSHEREURO) In response to the increased demand for a kosher culinary experience, join KOSHEREURO in Florence, Italy, a city renowned for its art, culture, food, shopping and “la dolce vita,” from April 16-23. The timing for this program, after Passover, will allow participants
New York—Tri-state oenophiles and foodies alike will be the first to savor the latest in fine kosher wines, spirits and creative cuisine at the 12th annual Kosher Food & Wine Experience (KFWE) New York (http://thekfwe.com), sponsored by The Royal Wine Corp., on Monday, February 5.
Does feeding your kid send you into a frenzy? The reality is that while meal times are a valued part of the familial fabric, they can be more battle than bonding.
“When you make something fun it adds a motivational element to whatever you’re trying to help your child accomplish,” says
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The wines my group enjoyed in this tasting all were from wineries that the average kosher wine consumer has heard of, even if he or she doesn’t know them well. Domaine du Castel, Flam, Psagot and Dalton are all “household names” that are part of Israel’s high-end,
Someone must have been looking out for me that day, because I had just enough peanut butter left in the jar to make my dream a reality. Get ready to smell the nuttiest bite of heaven, where you’ll find me, floating on cloud nine and munching a cookie.
A couple of days later I happened upon the
Greens and grains with an assortment of toppings, prepared fresh and served quickly, make Vinaigrette a welcome addition to the Teaneck restaurant scene. Jonathan Speiser, owner of Dougie’s, located next door on West Englewood Avenue, saw a need for timely, tasty but healthy meals for the many office
8th Day Caterers recently announced that it has signed with Heichal HaTorah to be the exclusive provider of catering services at the Jewish Center of Teaneck at 70 Sterling Place in Teaneck. This marks another milestone for the catering company, which was started by Bergenfield native Dovid Lisker fifteen years
This time of year, even though Rosh Hashanah is long past, with many of us taking a little time off work, it’s easy to get into the celebratory spirit. Since our wedding anniversary is this time of year, my husband and I try to find time to celebrate by opening a special bottle of bubbly.
Rolled ice cream. Doesn’t sound possible, does it? Rolled ice cream is a popular street food in Thailand that is popping up throughout the U.S. Lucky for us, David Ng, a young entrepreneur from New York’s Chinatown, got the idea to open a rolled ice cream store in Englewood, at 2
This past week I was fortunate enough to spend time visiting my daughter Tamar in my most favorite place in the world, Israel. One of the highlights of my short trip was visiting the ongoing soup festival at the Inbal Hotel in Jerusalem, which is the brainchild of the Inbal’s executive chef, Nir
Recently, many have noticed that some, but not all, Tic Tac packages now bear the OU imprint. Rabbi Tzvi Nussbaum, the voice of the OU Kashrut Hotline, explained that: “Tic Tacs, depending upon which distribution and manufacturing depot they come from, now sport the OU on its packaging. Therefore it is most important that each time it is
Before Cake Boss took US viewers by storm, bakeries in England and across Europe were already building pastry masterpieces. For the past four years Cake & Co. on Queen Anne Road in Teaneck has brought those bakery delights to North Jersey. Now Cake & Co can offer the expertise of the British