(Courtesy of OU) In February 2023 GE Appliances (GEA) will begin production of a new line of OU Kosher/CRC Hisachdus-certified top-freezer refrigerators with manually operated, built-in Enhanced Shabbos Mode (EHM). These new appliances will allow users to easily turn EHM on and off. The OU Kosher symbol on the product will confirm
Potatoes are thought to have originated in Peru thousands of years ago. This is not the case, however. During the Seven Years’ War (1663-1756), Antoine-Augustin Parmentier, a French pharmacist and agronomist who had been a prisoner in a German prisoner of war camp, was fed potatoes. When he returned to France, he began promoting potatoes
Sometimes you walk into a restaurant and you think you know what it will be. It’s a burger place. It’ll look like a burger place.
But when I was invited to check out Barbacoa, the look of the place took me by surprise. It wasn’t that
Fireside has been around for more than seven years and is still going strong. But whereas they originally opened as the sole high-end option in the Monsey area, they now have quite a bit of competition.
So why stick with the old favorite?
By Sybil Kaplan
In my recipe drawers, I have a large selection of Middle Eastern recipes, which I especially like to fix for winter. Here are some I hope you will enjoy.
This column is usually published ahead of Yom Tov. However, as we all know, wine is integral to our lifestyle throughout the year. Shabbos, vorts, weddings, sheva brachos or events such as a birthday or an anniversary are all occasions where some good wine can be part of a good l’chaim.
When a small business reaches its 10th anniversary, it’s a significant milestone. When that business is a kosher restaurant, thriving at this historical moment, the achievement is all the more notable.
A recent article in RestaurantOwner.com notes
Each year Royal Wines previews new wines for 2023, including items ready for Passover, at its annual Kosher Food & Wine Experience (KFWE). This year it will be again held at Chelsea Piers, Pier 60, on February 6. More than 60 wineries will serve up tastings from some of the best wine-producing regions of the
Some of you may have noticed a line of baby and microgreens in the produce section of your local supermarket. Manufactured under the AeroFarms label, the finished product is distinguished by its freshness and vivid color.
The formation of Aerofarms was the result of research conducted
This column is usually published ahead of Yom Tov. However, as we all know, wine is integral to our lifestyle throughout the year. Shabbos, vorts, weddings, sheva brachos, or events such as a birthday or an anniversary are all occasions on which some good wine can be part of a good
Like many others, Fair Lawn native Oshrat Emrani took the onset of the global pandemic as a chance to pursue more of her hobbies. And as it turns out, the joy she gets from feeding others is more than just a hobby—it’s a passion. Along with her close friend Yael, Oshrat began documenting her culinary creations
Last month, Ma’adan celebrated its 40th anniversary. Longevity is unusual in the food business. Former owners Stuart Kahan and Yossie Markovic, and current owner Jonny Shore, took a walk down memory lane with me to reminisce about how Ma’adan grew into a mainstay of kosher food in Teaneck and why it