This summer I had the opportunity to taste and cook with an impressive
By Michal RosenbergBy Michal Rosenberg
Coffee is an important part of any office culture and it's no different at The Jewish Link. Since we are located in the heart of Teaneck’s restaurant area, we can certainly pick up a coffee at any of the local shops nearby, but sometimes, on busy
When The Jewish Link asked me to come up with cocktails for autumn, I almost instantly knew that I wanted to write about cocktails made from Calvados. Calvados is a distilled apple cider, often blended from dozens of different apple varieties, which is aged
The West Orange community is brimming with excitement. The big announcement everyone had been waiting for came last week—the grand opening of The West Orange Fooderie will be October 23!
Rabbi Eliezer Zwickler, rabbi of
For thousands of years honey has been used as a sweetener, and more than that it may also have great health benefits. Honey is either raw or pasteurized. Raw honey comes straight from the beehive, only passing through a coarse filter; it is unprocessed maintaining nutritional content. Other honey is pasteurized at high
Benjamin Haimoff has been on a journey with his restaurant. After originally opening Pier 26 in August of last year, he was forced to close down after just four months despite great reviews.
An upscale (no pun intended) fish restaurant was something that
For years consumers who keep kosher in Livingston have been asking managers at the Kings supermarket on South Livingston Avenue to stock more kosher offerings. With shelf space at a premium and a wine store leasing a portion of the Kings market for its business, it just wasn’t a possibility.
With Rosh Hashanah coming around and the constant reminders about self-introspection, we look at the source for all that is true and good for the world and ourselves: our Torah. When you know where you come from, you are better equipped to understand where to go. There is indeed a source for