I have lived in West Orange for most of my life. My family moved here when I was 3, and my parents still live in our original house. I moved away for a few years in my late 20s and early 30s, but when my husband and I were looking for a new community when I was pregnant with our third
Most young men in college don’t spend a lot of time thinking about how stressful it can be to prepare meals for Shabbat, especially when there aren’t many kosher food sources nearby. Adam Nayowitz, a Rutgers University student from Teaneck, heard from his friend Benjamin Rose, a YU student from Woodmere, how difficult
Jacob Geffner wasn’t looking for a new opportunity; he was busy with his very successful restaurant, Poppys Bagels Pizza and TCBY in Teaneck, serving up fresh pizza and sandwiches. But when Mrs. Fields reached out to him, asking if was interested in opening a franchise at American
For those who are unaware, Jordan Marsh was a well known department store in Boston. Apparently their “coffee shop” was best known for their blueberry muffins. Once I saw the recipe printed, I tried it and was happy to declare that they are pretty good!
There are certain things that just come along with keeping kosher. In fact, most of the time, these things don’t even faze us anymore. In many situations, we’ve become accustomed to the inconveniences that come with our customs.
After 20 years of living in the states, most recently in Bergen County, New Jersey, Inbal Gould was still craving a taste from her former home in Israel that she couldn’t find here. She missed fresh falafel, with a crunchy exterior and soft, green, herb-infused interior. No product on the market came close. So she did
Officials from Kings supermarkets presented two Jewish-run agencies with $2,000 each in gift cards as they celebrated the grand reopening of the Livingston store after an extensive renovation that included the creation of a new kosher food section.
“This donation means we can support our
Spaghetti squash was first recorded in Manchuria, China in 1850, where farmers developed it as a fodder crop, but no one knows for sure how it arrived in China. In 1934, the Sakata Seed Company in Japan was the first to market the squash. In 1936, the Burpee seed company introduced it to the United States and sold seeds in their catalog,
There’s nothing like good food in a festive atmosphere to bring people together. With that in mind, The Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey is holding its second annual Glatt Kosher Food Expo at Englewood’s Congregation Ahavath Torah next month. Federation plans to introduce its work to more people in the Orthodox