For those who love the flavor of coffee like I do, two kosher products have now made their way into the public consciousness, catapulting what once were two niche Jewish entrepreneurs into the mainstream artisan coffee marketplace. Misceo, which Nina Glick and I tasted at Kosherfest back in 2019, is a delicious coffee
Broiled Salmon with Mustard Sauce
I am not sure where this recipe came from, but it is perfect for a summer evening.
I used this on the broiler rather
Parshat Chukat Inspiration:
“The Lord spoke to Moses, saying: … ‘You shall bring forth water for them from the rock and give the congregation and their livestock to drink.’ … Moses raised his hand and struck the rock with his staff twice,
(Courtesy of YWN) Kof-K has sued JetBlue Airways in federal court, saying the airline has been unlawfully using its logo to advertise food as kosher despite Kof-K not certifying them.
Specifically, the lawsuit filed against JetBlue states that the airline sells an artichoke snack as certified by
As you approach Carbon Charcoal Bar & Grill, it’s easy to smell the charcoal from a good 50 yards away. Something about that smell helps add to a sense of anticipation before you even walk in the door.
Walking inside, you’ll see a
Squash are categorized into summer and winter. Although zucchini is a summer squash, there are others with soft, tender edible skin and moist flesh. Here are some recipes to try.
Malka’s Squash Appetizer or
Surprise! Cucumbers are a creeping vine plant and actually a fruit. They are most known for slicing and pickling. There are many different kinds of cucumbers, including burpless/seedless. Cucumbers are 95 percent water and high in vitamin K and potassium. They promote hydration, are low in calories and help reduce blood sugar
Just in time for summer, Sender’s Smoke Joint at 190 West Englewood Avenue in Teaneck is offering exciting lunch specials in three categories. At the center of the Teaneck kosher food district and under the RCBC’s hashgacha, Sender’s Smoke Joint follows a rustic, Western theme with ’80s hits
Butterflake Bakery, which opened in 1950, is expanding and opening a second location to use as a commissary and gluten-free/kosher for Pesach production facility. The nut-free kosher bakery famous for challah, babka, cakes, pastries and more is opening its new site on 444 Cedar Lane in Teaneck (its existing location is 448
We all know soufflés are French, and they actually are associated with two 18th-century chefs— Vincent de la Chapelle, a French cook, who cooked for the wealthy and aristocratic and who mentions it in his 1742 cookbook, and Marie-Antoine Careme, an 18th-century chef who popularized it, perfected it and included it in his
They are back in full force! After two years of offering their ice cream specialties in the safest possible environment it is with great pleasure that Syed Rivzi of Ice Cream on Grand invites everyone back to enjoy the flavors of his delicious homemade ice cream as well as the ambiance surrounding the property. Finally there is no
Tabbouleh is a very popular Lebanese salad, so much so that the first Saturday of July is known as National Tabbouleh day.
Although there are variations, classical tabbouleh is bulgur, parsley, tomatoes, mint and onion with olive oil, lemon juice and salt. The word Tabbouleh comes from the Arabic,