Friday, February 03, 2023

Food & Wine

Two Jewish Orgs Gifted by Kings at Livingston Store’s Grand Reopening

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


Not Pasta but Spaghetti Squash

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,


Federation Presents Second Annual Glatt Kosher Food and Wine Expo In Englewood on November 7

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


Quick and Easy Skillet Chicken

We are all always looking for diners that can be made quickly and easily. Make them during fall and winter when your time is short.


Skillet Lemon Chicken



Sugo Artisanal Pizza and Pasta House: Delicious!

A 27-year-old with no formal training opening his own artisanal restaurant would be impressive on its own, but Gideon Fentin is no regular guy. What he lacks in formal training, he makes up for in experience. After all, he’s already been a


Teaneck Public Library To Host Eitan Bernath

The Teaneck Public Library will welcome Eitan Bernath, a Teaneck native and celebrity chef, internet sensation and author of his first cookbook, “Eitan Eats the World,” on October 30. Bernath will talk about his journey from competing on the Food Network’s “Chopped” at age 11 to creating a culinary empire. This inspiring


OU Summer Kashrus Training Program Educates Future Kosher Certifiers

(Courtesy of OU) When a woman from Rabbi Mosheh Aziz’s congregation in Great Neck contacted him to ask why canned vegetables need a hechsher, he was able to provide an in-depth response, thanks to his participation in a three-week seminar hosted by OU Kosher.

Without certification, he


Pumpkin Breads for Fall

There is just something about fall that attracts me to make pumpkin bread.


Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread

This Food & Wine recipe was contributed by Sarah Bolla, a chef, food photographer and


The Tabernacle Experience

Some restaurants are just restaurants. You sit down, look at the menu, order food, eat, pay and go home. Other restaurants offer things in addition to the food. Ambiance is usually the first great step that sets a place above the standard of a


Twin Suns Releases Two Versions of Old Vine Zinfandel

In time for Sukkot, Twin Suns has released two robust red wines from Lodi, a growing region in San Joaquin County in the Central Valley of California, one of the zinfandel grape’s most successful growing regions. Grown in Italy and known there as the primitivo grape, zinfandel, and especially zinfandel grown from old


Pouring Joy

Sukkot and Simchat Torah are fast approaching, and once again, it is time to stock up on the best and most delicious wines to rejoice over the Yomim Tovim properly. Let’s get ready to celebrate about 20 meals, most of which in the sukkah with our honored guests.


Welcome to The Jewish Link's Fall Food & Drink Guide

The start of fall brings us back to school and throws us right into the chagim, arguably the busiest time of the year for many. We hope this Sukkot brings us all some much needed peace and tranquility, and that this magazine is a welcome addition for you to read and enjoy during the Yom Tov.

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