Backyard barbecues are one of life’s great pleasures. Sizzling meat on the grill, with the aroma wafting through the yard, and happy friends and relatives enjoying delicious, casual food, are highlights of this summer ritual. But the hosts miss out on much of the fun when they are busy doing
There’s nothing more fun than a mash-up of two beloved desserts. For Shabbat dessert this week, why not grab some pareve Oreo-style cookies like Joe-Joe’s, Hydrox or Paskesz chocolate sandwich cookies and mix up a batch of cookie-laden Rice Krispie Treats? What makes this recipe even more fun is the drizzle on top, basically a
(Koshertoday.com) The kosher community warmly welcomed the vegetarian, pareve, Impossible Burger, produced by the Impossible Foods Company, soon after it was certified by the OU last summer. The Impossible Burger, currently available wholesale and offered in selected restaurants, has a retail offering coming out soon. The patty
(Courtesy of Wissotzky) With today’s exploding fascination with international cuisines, American palates are increasingly eager to experience bolder, spicier flavors. That’s why more and more consumers are indulging in chai tea—a blend of herbs, spices and black tea that can be enjoyed, as Indian custom dictates,
A lot can happen on opening night of a new restaurant.
Gideon Fentin had worked in the JCC of Staten Island’s kosher café and decided to create his own place. Family friends encouraged him to locate it in East Brunswick. He found a business partner and set up a new
TCBY, The Country’s Best Yogurt, the world’s original frozen yogurt brand, is celebrating Mother’s Day in a sweet way. On Sunday, May 12, the brand is honoring all moms by inviting them to visit TCBY’s 204 West Englewood Ave. shop in Teaneck to receive their first six-ounce frozen yogurt swirl for free.
Make sure you have at least one parent, guardian or older sibling’s permission and help with shopping and preparing before you start working in the kitchen! If you are younger than 7, make sure you have someone to help you all along the way.
Yogurt parfaits (pronounced par-fays) are a fancy
(Courtesy of Pereg) There’s no denying it: one of civilization’s greatest inventions is the outdoor grill. Why? Because come summer, it doesn’t get much better than
Last week The Jewish Link featured delicious Passover recipes from Chef Paula Shoyer. Here are a few more recipes for your table on Passover and year-round.
If a bunch of kosher-keeping people who enjoy wine get together, and they’re asked what they plan to drink at their Pesach Seder—arguably kosher wine’s biggest night of the year—it’s amazing what a wide response we get. I asked my tasting group this question for our
Ashkenazim do not eat rice on Pesach. That is well known. So what’s a girl (or guy) craving sushi to do for eight whole days??
Fortunately, Cedar Market has the answer: quinoa sushi. Wait, what? Isn’t the essence of sushi that it is prepared with rice? According to David Bodner,
Recipe excerpted from “The Healthy Jewish Kitchen”
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Bake Time:15 minutes to cook quinoa, 50 minutes to bake