Grilled Chicken 3 Ways with Hawaiian Coleslaw For Lag BaOmer!

  Editor’s Note: Lag BaOmer, a holiday in which the hidden light of the Torah is revealed with bonfires and the celebration of mourning’s end come together is a fitting time to break out the grill and get together with loved ones. The convergence of a late Springtime afternoon and the warmer weather only add […]

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Chocolate Hummus And Some of the Coolest New Kosher Foods

While kosher aisles stereotypically consist of borsht, jarred gefilte fish, and year-old matzah, the kosher aisles and markets in large Jewish neighborhoods are teeming with diverse and unexpected options. Kosherfest, which took over the Meadowlands Expo Center in Secaucus, NJ this week, sheds light on the next wave of new products. The annual trade show […]

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The Trendy, Farm-to-Table Cafe That Just Happens To Be Kosher

Moss Café, located in Riverdale, New York and started by local Orthodox Jewish resident and entrepreneur Emily Weisberg, is a fresh take on what a kosher dining experience can be. Moss Café is what is known as a “Farm-to-Table” establishment. For the owner this means providing food from local farms that are no more than […]

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Loaded “Potato Skins” Latke Recipe

As Chanukah shines on and you begin to have latke ennui or at least latke leftovers, here’s a fun way to mix things up. Whip up a batch of loaded “potato skins” latkes. Loaded potato skins are a throwback from my non-kosher days: crispy potato skins topped with melted cheddar cheese, a dollop of sour […]

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