Italy is the source of an astounding diversity of wines, with something suitable for every meal and every occasion, yet only a small glimpse of this world is available to kosher consumers. Thankfully, the newest kosher Italian wine to hit the market is both a step in the right direction, and a very big deal. The newly released Aura di
(Courtesy of Empire Kosher) Empire Kosher Poultry announced today that its processing facility is running at full capacity ahead of the Passover holiday. While the current COVID-19 situation is affecting
Coach Gila Guzman is offering complimentary 30-minute phone sessions to anyone who is unexpectedly making Pesach for the first time due to COVID-19. During the 30 minutes she will cover shopping lists, menu planning and Pesach organization in general. She knows it is a stressful time and wants to help by sharing her knowledge, tips and
(Courtesy of Tnuva) This Pesach, Tnuva USA has prepared a variety of their most tempting dairy products that are kosher for Pesach under the strict supervision of the Badatz Mehadrin. Choose from an array of sliced semi-hard cheeses such as Edam, Swiss and Muenster, also in light versions; Tnuva’s premium cheese spread with garlic and
Although new kosher wines are released throughout the year, the main season for the launches is Passover. This year a record number of new wines are being released.
The Royal Wine Corporation, which has been in the forefront of winemaking and importing wines for more than six
(www.Kosher.com) We hope you and your families are safe. In light of the current climate, Kosher.com offers some fun Passover recipes to make with your kids. Hopefully it will pass the time, keep them busy and contribute to the Passover cooking. We are doing our very best to be appropriate in
(Courtesy of KAYCO) When it comes to Passover, most rituals will never change—but that doesn’t mean your meals have to be the same old same old. Passover starts at sundown on Wednesday, April 8. That gives you just a few weeks to figure out how to take a tradition that’s been around for thousands of years
Moshe Genzler lifts the lid off a huge aluminium pot, thrusts in a massive spoon and dishes out a steaming portion of beans, potatoes and beef.
It is a Thursday evening at Maadaniat Chef, a small restaurant in the central Israeli, ultra-Orthodox city of Bnei Brak specializing in traditional Eastern
It was a true pleasure to taste wine last week from Elvi Winery, based in Catalonia’s Monsant region, in Spain. This all-kosher, Jewish-owned winery, is a true outlier among kosher wineries and, if I may put my personal view right up front-and-center, I’ve never tried an Elvi wine I