(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
Yields 4-6 servings / Meat
When I first moved to Lakewood, my house wasn’t ready yet and I was staying in a tiny one-bedroom furnished apartment. My friend Bracha Fisher invited me for the seudah right before Yom Kippur. This dish was so good! Pure genius! It’s a great way to serve your
One of my favorite anecdotes is a likely apocryphal story that dates back to the mid-1950s. According to this story (first mentioned in print in 1956), a group of engineers were trying to develop an electronic system to translate English to Russian and vice versa. One of the first phrases that they tried was, «The spirit is
One staple of common wisdom is that to be successful you should “follow your passion.” If that’s true, one enterprising young woman in Middlesex County is surely on the path to success as she’s combined three passions in her new business.
Rachel Saper grew up in Clovis,
There is no sugarcoating it. Last year was rough—the pandemic, the lockdowns, the resulting recession, and in some places civil unrest, rising crime and violence, and even a U.S.-EU trade war with tariffs that targeted parts of the drinks trade. There were also the devastating wildfires that
2020 was quite a year in California: record heat and fires, COVID-19 and stay-at-home orders. For those in California’s $40-billion wine industry, it was a year like no other. The Jewish Link reached out to a number of California’s kosher winemakers and winery proprietors to learn