(JNS) From wine to macaroons to matzah and canned chicken soup, Manischewitz, the largest marketer of kosher foods in North America, unveiled a new look on Wednesday. The new vision will include updated packaging design that will extend to a redesign of the firm’s website and advertising campaigns.
When Nisan Shavit, a native Israeli, was looking to name his new kosher sushi bar, Mashu Mashu came to mind immediately. Mashu mashu is a Hebrew expression for great, spectacular. And it has a Japanese ring to it as well. That is the perfect description for Mashu Mashu at 22-22 Morlot Avenue in Fair Lawn.
You don’t normally associate health food with cookies. In fact, if you are shopping in a health food store, cookies are typically the farthest thing from your mind.
If you are lucky enough to shop in the stores that stock Fat Badger Bakery products, that no longer has to be the case.
(Courtesy of Pereg Natural Foods) The experts at Pereg, a leading producer of all-natural spices from around the world, offers more than 60 spices and spice blends sourced from all corners of the earth. Every once in a while,
(Courtesy of UN Plaza Grill) A hidden gem in the heart of the United Nations, UN Plaza Grill offers international cuisine created by award-winning chefs. Located in a beautiful, open space with floor-to-ceiling windows and spectacular décor, the UN Plaza Grill has given new life to its menu just in time for Passover, offering
It was in the times of Herzog Special Edition Cabernet Sauvignon Chalk Hill 2016. In the year 5779, King Herzog Chalk Hill 2016 reigned over the Kosher Wine Kingdom, from California through Bordeaux and Israel. The King was a powerful, full-bodied, complex wine with 127 aromas and flavors and a
New recipes appeal to me, and I love to try new foods. However, when Shabbat or Yom Tov comes along, my first priority is the traditional foods that my grandmothers, z”l, used to prepare. With Purim looming, my thoughts have turned to hamantashen and nunt.
Everyone knows what hamantashen are.
You may be like me. I had seen this recipe many times and never really thought about making it. One day the idea of a five-ingredient cookie sounded intriguing. We now love these and keep them as a healthy staple in our home at all times.
Give it a try and let me know what you think.
You never know when something heimish, something many Jews may associate with old-fashioned, staid Jewish fare, like herring and crackers, will somehow turn high-end and hipster. One millenial,
Abie Maltz, proprietor of WeighLess Cookies, is all over the map these days, literally. His cookies have taken the market by storm and are flying off the shelves in Teaneck; Elizabeth, his hometown; West Orange; Monsey; Great Neck; Riverdale and elsewhere. His products are even in stores in Florida and Maryland and are sought after
Teaneck restaurant renovates to welcome new coffeehouse and patisserie.
Fresh baked pastries, new organic house coffees, croissants and muffins, not to mention gelato-topped crepes, smoothies and milkshakes, and two types of grab-and-go savory sandwiches, are
Grand & Essex’s director of culinary operations, Yitzy Elbaum, has launched a crazy endeavor to celebrate the Bergenfield kosher market’s sixth anniversary. Elbaum is overseeing the staff as they create a drop-off gala kiddush for at least 25 shuls and synagogues in Teaneck, Bergenfield, Paramus, Fort Lee and