Sunday, June 04, 2023

Food & Wine

M&H Distillery Wins Best Single Malt Whisky At 2023 World Whiskies Awards

Tel Aviv-based distillery continues to build its legacy as a world-class whisky producer, securing a new major industry accolade.

M&H Distillery (Milk and Honey), Israel’s first and award-winning distillery, has received the accolade as the “Best Single Malt Whisky in


New From Tnuva USA: Gourmet Round Cheese In Assorted Flavors

(Courtesy of Tnuva) Tnuva USA is proud to introduce a brand-new series of fine quality round cheeses in six exciting gourmet flavors. Like all Tnuva products, the new cheeses are cholov Yisroel, under the strict supervision of the Vaadat Mehadrin.

Each cheese is a different flavor adventure and


Macaroons for Pesach

We buy them in cans; we make them in our ovens. But why do we eat macaroons on Passover?

The name macaroon comes from the Italian maccarone or maccherone, meaning paste. In the 8th or 9th century, monks in an Italian monastery created them, but when they came to France in the 16th century, pastry chefs


Bowery Partners With Kayco to Distribute No-Need-to-Wash Kosher Greens

Five SKUs of Bowery Mehadrin, OU-certified greens, will be distributed by Kayco.

(Courtesy of Bowery) Bowery, the largest vertical farming company in the U.S., has announced the launch of a partnership with Kayco, the largest distributor to kosher retail and food service


Wines to Mark the Four Cups

The two Seders are definitely the biggest nights of the year for kosher wine. In 2014 and 2021, Pew Research reported that 70% percent of U.S. Jews attended at least one Seder. I would add that everyone at Seder spends at least a few


Greenwich and Delancey: An Upscale, Genuine Kosher Deli Experience

One of the more persistent comments in the kosher restaurant world today is that there aren’t enough Jewish delis. Without getting into a whole debate about supply and demand, I think it’s fair to say that many people would like it if a classic Jewish deli


From Slavery to Freedom

Passover celebrates the Jewish people’s redemption from slavery in Egypt. However, we are not free of obligations. The purpose of breaking free from Pharaoh was so we could fulfill God’s promise to our forefathers and be his servants. Every mitzvah we do is part of


Quinoa in Cake? Delicious!

A friend, Sandi, from Overland Park, Kansas, sent these quinoa cakes for Passover. She isn’t sure where she got them, but those who use quinoa often should find them interesting for Passover.

Quinoa, the grain-like seed grown in South America, is Kosher for Passover when processed with special OU


Yossie Horwitz Shares His Kosher Wine Backstory

If you’ve taken a dive into the kosher wine world, it’s likely that you’ve heard the name Yossie Horwitz. The corporate lawyer and father of five has been making his mark on the industry for 32 years and counting, with a number of significant accomplishments, most notably the creation of the Rosh Chodesh Club concept, as well


Almond Cakes for Passover

When we see on the calendar that Passover is coming, we often turn to our traditional recipes.

Looking into my Passover box, I found these from Food & Wine online, which would be a nice change.

Almond Cake With Citrus Syrup


Lighten Up With Tnuva – on Pesach, Too!

(Courtesy of Tnuva) Tnuva is dedicated to providing families with the very best products 365 days a year. That means that you can enjoy Tnuva’s light cheeses—Feta, Edam, Muenster, Swiss, Mediterranean Labaneh and Quark Creamy Soft cheese—also on Pesach. Tnuva’s products are certified kosher for Pesach, under the strict


Café at Kaplan JCC on The Palisades Changes Kashrut Supervisor

The café at Kaplan JCC on the Palisades has changed their kashrut supervisor. The Rabbinical Council of Bergen County made the following statement: “Please be advised that the RCBC and the Kaplen JCC have mutually agreed that the café at the Kaplen JCC that is independently owned and operated will no longer be under the certification of

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