Who said eggnog was strictly for New Year’s Eve? I love eggnog, and whether I have the brandy or rum or drink them without, they still make a nice evening drink. They were a favorite of 13th-century European monks, although the word could come from noggin, a mid-16th century word for a wooden cup. The colonists served these and added rum
Dear Shayna B.,
First things first, I LOVE your column and I look forward to reading it every week. I have a very good friend whom I’ve taken with me on many trips. Recently, he told me how he took a different friend to a baseball game, but he didn’t take me. What should I do?
Kosher Express, the well known kosher Chinese take out restaurant in Fair Lawn, now has a second location in the heart of West Orange. Located in Pleasantdale Center next to the West Orange Bake Shop, the new store is in the space formerly occupied by Glatt Fusion.
(Courtesy of Royal Wines) This Passover, spend your holiday in Israel, Italy or France—without ever having to leave your Seder table. New Jersey-based Royal Wine, the world’s largest purveyor of kosher wines and spirits, offers exceptional Passover selections from around the globe—including a label from NBA All-Star Amaré
Nothing defines a Pesach Yom Tov meal better than a perfectly moist, tender brisket packed with flavor. When accompanied by a full-bodied red, like Tura Winery’s Mountain Peak, you have a truly winning combination!
One of the things I love about Pesach dishes is that because we’re limited to
Since 1976, when Steven Spurrier—the tastemaker British wine writer who passed away March 9 at age 79—first hand-selected wines from California for a Paris tasting honoring America’s bicentennial, the name Stag’s Leap has been synonymous with the very best available American wines.
(Courtesy of Tnuva) This year, the buzzword at Tnuva is shefa, abundance!
The huge selection of Tnuva’s delicious kosher l’Pesach dairy products is truly a feast for the eyes. Most importantly, they are under the strict supervision of the Badatz Vaadas Mehadrin, as well as NSK for cheese
With Pesach only a week or so away, you might have come across quite a few ads and articles promoting wines for Pesach. I typically write a rather long Megilla with detailed comments and tasting notes on a handful of wines. However, this year, I have decided instead to keep it
When Bergenfield resident Michelle Frohlich started the Facebook group “Teaneck/Bergenfield Jewish Dogs” back in December, it wasn’t long before the BIG question was asked: “What’s the story with dog food on Pesach? Can we just give any grain-free kibble?” With over 100 members and counting, the comments quickly poured
Looking for a new and exciting culinary experience for your next simcha?
Look no further—Chef Anthony Gonçalves brings years of fine dining expertise to the Jewish community. Chef Anthony currently employs his culinary virtuosity at Kanopi, an upscale Portuguese Hudson