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Thursday, April 09, 2020

Food & Wine

KosherWine.com Debuts ‘Top 100 Wines of 2015’

What do Castel Petit Castel and Flam Blanc have in common? They are three of the 100 wines featured in a first-ever kosher wine top list produced by KosherWine.com, a subsidiary of The JCommerce Group.

The KosherWine.com team selected the most exciting wines of the year, from the

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Vireo Health’s Medical Cannabis Certified Kosher by the OU

Vireo Health of New York (“Vireo”), one of only five companies licensed by the New York State Department of Health to produce and sell medical cannabis, announced today that all of the company’s products produced in New York have been certified as kosher by the Orthodox Union (OU), the world’s largest and most widely recognized

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Dance Over to Cedar Market’s Expanded Deli Dept.

Cedar Market, home of the now-viral “Spontaneous Dancing In A Supermarket” video, is kicking off 2016 with excitement at its new deli department. The store, which is located at 646 Cedar Lane in Teaneck, NJ, now presents a full line of freshly sliced deli, homemade kugels and wraps, sandwiches, side dishes and more,

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Chopstix Gives Back: Annual Holiday Party to Benefit Tomorrows Children’s Fund

Chopstix will be holding its 13th annual holiday party on Monday, January 11, from 6:15 to 8:45 p.m. at the Moose Lodge in Teaneck. As in past years, the celebration will benefit the Tomorrows Children’s Fund at Hackensack University Hospital.

“When we came up with this concept,

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Quick and Yummy Caramel Popcorn Mix

Once you make this you will not be able to stop eating it! This is fun to do with kids as well.

Ingredients:

6 cups popcorn

1/2 cup margarine

1/4 cup light corn

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Decadent Sweet Cream and White Chocolate-Stuffed Strawberries

These stuffed strawberries are the perfect dairy treat with Champagne or even for brunch.

Ingredients:

2 pounds of fresh strawberries, washed and dried

8 oz. softened cream cheese

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Los Angeles’s Kehilla Kosher Merges With OK

OK Kosher and Kehilla Kosher (Los Angeles) today announced their decision to merge the two organizations. The merger agreement was approved by the respective corporate boards with support of the community rabbinic advisory board of Kehilla Kosher.

OK Kosher is recognized and

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Moss Cafe: The New Riverdale Hub

Like its name, Moss Cafe is a delicately decorated, burgeoning, farm-to-table cafe, quietly nestled between a cleaners and hair salon on Johnson Ave. in Riverdale. The six-month-old cafe’s minimalist typography, natural lighting and large glass store-front is an eye-catcher to passersby. “It’s beautiful

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Katsuji Tanabe Delivers Fantastic Fare in One-Day Mexikosher Pitopia Pop-Up

Manhattan—Foodies of all backgrounds—but certainly the vast majority kosher-keeping Jews—lined Broadway near Times Square on December 15 for the second-ever Mexikosher Pop-up at Pitopia. The one-day event, orchestrated by part-time Teaneck resident and Pitopia’s owner, Kevin Cohnen, drew people from near and far to

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Aviv 613 Is a Standout Vodka: Smooth, With a Hint of Persimmon

Recently, a new premium vodka has hit the shelves of liquor stores throughout New York and New Jersey. In a sector of the liquor market that often uses eye-catching packaging to drive sales, the Israeli Aviv 613, with its slender-pyramidal, hamsa-emblazoned bottle, is a real standout.

The vodka

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De La Rosa Grape Juice: Delicious and Nutritious

“Food is ‘medicine’ and it can be healing or hurting,” said Y. Girshberg, CFO of De La Rosa. “Our ‘WOW! This Is It!’ 100% organic grape juice is a wonderfully delicious and truly healthy product. It is literally grapes in a bottle. We squeeze fresh grapes to make a juice and then bottle the juice. There are NO

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Center for Kosher Culinary Arts Closes Professional Program

Brooklyn—For the past eight years, the most delicious, gourmet kosher food you’ve ever tasted has not been available to order in any restaurant or store. The best seat at the best table has been with Chef Avram Wiseman, Chef Philippe Kaemmerle or Chef Robert Pertusi, and a small bevy of other

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