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Saturday, July 04, 2020

Food & Wine

Appreciating Artisan Kosher Wines

Mendel Ungar, of FillerUp Wines, says rosé wines, in particular, are entering the market with increasingly high quality, variety and complexity.

Teaneck—The American kosher wine marketplace has been experiencing a stratospheric rise in quality. It’s been 20

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Scandinavia in the Middle East

This very special recipe from the Center for Kosher Culinary Arts is equally as creative as it is delicious. A perfect appetizer or snack to impress your guests or to treat yourself to something scrumptious. Contributed By Chef Shlomo Schwartz.

Serves: 12 (as finger food)

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In Israel It’s Not Ketchup, It’s ‘Tomato Seasoning’

(BBC news) The Israeli health ministry has ruled that Heinz tomato ketchup must now be sold as "tomato seasoning" there. Rival ketchup maker Osem, the top selling brand in Israel, had said the Heinz product did not have sufficient tomato content to be called ketchup. In January, Osem said it had Heinz ketchup tested and found it

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Chocolate Chip Peanut Pie

This delicious recipe is reproduced from the new cookbook Something Sweet, by Miriam Pascal, with permission from the copyright holders, ArtScroll/Mesorah Publications. The book is available for pre-order now on Amazon and Artscroll.com.

Ingredients:

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Foodie News Briefs

Iconic Kosher Brand Gold’s Sold to LaSalle Capital

(koshertoday.com) Gold’s Pure Foods, known for its horseradish and other products, has been sold to LaSalle Capital, which also owns Westminster Cracker of Rutland, VT, for an undisclosed amount. Robert Abramowitz will serve

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Quick and Yummy Recipes: Roasted Sweet Potato and Beet Salad

Take advantage of the delicious summer fare available at all of the local farmers’ markets. Now is the time to make as many salads as possible and treat your family to healthy and tasty specialties.

Roast two sweet potatoes and three beets with olive oil and salt.

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Jew ‘Cue Near You

Jews and food—it’s a relationship that goes back to the beginning of time. “They tried to kill us, we won, let’s eat!” is a common refrain, but what type of cooking truly personifies “Jewish food”? I can’t answer for sure but the hankering for rich, smoky, spit-fired meat

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Mom’s Peach Crisp

After a day of peach picking, a baked peach dessert is an effective and delicious way to use some of the pounds of fruit that you brought home.

Serves 4

Ingredients:

For the fruit:

About 6 cups of sliced peaches, from 6 to 7 ripe peaches

¼ cup sugar

Juice of one lemon

For the

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Rum & Rimon: A Classic Combination, Fit for the Dog Days of Summer

Not long ago, the pomegranate was considered an exotic fruit. It was rare, expensive and only available for a couple of weeks in the fall. In the last decade, in part due to advertising touting pomegranates’ high level of antioxidants and other healthful properties, pomegranates and pomegranate-based products have become

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Foodie News Briefs

Kosher Meals Now Available at Logan Airport

(koshertoday.com) Boston – Of the approximate 53 million passengers who pass through JFK International Airport in New York, at least 1 million eat kosher. Such was the guess of a kosher caterer seeking to introduce kosher fare at the busy

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“I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Ice Cream!”

Our family knows that in Bubbie’s freezer there is always a vast selection of flavors of ice cream. Usually there are at least a variety of seven. However, we are fortunate that in this area there is no dearth of places to go to fill your ice cream desires.

Although flavors

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Tel Aviv Salmon Ceviche

Serve a refreshing salmon ceviche with fresh baked flatbread and your guests will ooh and ahh over this composed fresh, summery appetizer. Recipe courtesy of CKCA Chef Instructor Shlomo Schwartz of Your Soul Kitchen. For more recipes, visit http://www.kosherculinaryarts.com.

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