Tanya Rosen, nutritionist, weight loss consultant, personal trainer and retail packaged food developer, has just authored a new book, “Cooking with Tanya,” published by Menucha Publishers (ISBN 978-1-61465-532-9).
“Cooking with Tanya” is a
I love soup—well, most kinds—especially in the cold winter of Jerusalem. So far I have made chicken vegetable, french onion, pareve vegetable and creamy pureed Jerusalem artichoke soups.
Jerusalem artichokes are by far the most interesting. In North America, they are called sunchokes.
A team of agricultural researchers in northern Israel is attempting to increase the concentration of beneficial compounds in red wine, without affecting the taste.
(JNS) Israeli researchers are attempting to produce the world’s first “super wine” that magnifies the health benefits of
Our backyard grills may be in winter hibernation, but the scent of hardwoods and barbecue are in the air at Sender’s Smoke Joint, 190 West Englewood Avenue, Teaneck. With both a smoker and a wood-burning grill, Chef Alexander Remer is turning out smoked veal, brisket, steaks, chops, fried chicken and his
The opportunity to visit Spain has been a dream of mine for many years. My dream became a reality one evening while discussing wine over dinner. I had an epiphany.
A few weeks later we packed our bags and we were Barcelona bound. Around 1.5-hour drive south of
Reviewing: “More Real Life Kosher Cooking,” by Miriam Pascal. Mesorah Publications Ltd. 2019. English. Hardcover. 304 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1422625316.
Well known for her blog Overtime Cook, Miriam Pascal claims that she is not a foodie yet, although “More Real Life Kosher Cooking” is her third cookbook in print. This book is
We are fortunate to have so many kosher restaurants in the area, but if you are looking for an exceptional dining experience you must visit The Bridge Turkish and Mediterranean Grill in Highland Park.
The only kosher Turkish restaurant in New Jersey, the
Kosher wine importer and sommelier Andrew Breskin recently arranged for a tasting of a number of wines from highly regarded Israeli winemaker Yaacov Oryah’s private winery.
With Chanukah coming, I thought that telling the story of the legendary Israeli winery, Domaine du Castel, would be appropriate. We often talk about the renaissance of a wine industry in Israel, which began in the 19th century. Philanthropist Baron Edmond de Rothschild, perhaps the most illustrious member of the famous
They’re sometimes greasy, sometimes salty and soggy, and they are fried in oil. They’re high in calories—sometimes, high in fat—sometimes; high in cholesterol—sometimes. But they’re oh, so good! They are Chanukah potato pancakes, otherwise known as latkes, in what we think is Yiddish, or as levivot in Hebrew.
(Sandy Eller/Kosher Today Special Correspondent) Inspiration can sometimes come from the strangest of places, according to Jay Churba of Get Pikl’ed, one of the surprise hits of Kosherfest 2019. Churba and his partner, Mark Field, were out drinking picklebacks, shots of