Wednesday, April 01, 2020

Food & Wine

Kosher Krispy Kreme Comes to Springfield

Take note, dessert lovers, Krispy Kreme has arrived in Springfield! The franchise has opened a kosher store and factory at its new Route 22 location, and local kosher consumers couldn’t be happier.

“Getting ready for Krispy Kreme Doughnuts to open on Route

Break the Fast With Delicious Danish

I have to admit, I love to bake, but don’t have time to patchke. So, if there’s a way to prepare quality baked goods for my family while cutting corners on prep time, I’m in! Tnuva’s de la Créme fillings are the perfect solution for making all kinds of fabulous, professional looking pastries, without the extra work. De la

Traditional, White and Peach Sangria: A Refreshing Summer Punch

As I walk past the wine store I like on Agrippas Street, just before entering the shuk, I marvel at the array of wines on sale and think what great sangria they would make.

The early Greeks and Romans added sugar and spices to their wines. Then there was a period when Spain was

Wandering Que Launches Thursday Nights in Hackensack

Move over, Billy Joel.

Ari White and his second Wandering Que mobile smokehouse, a 28-foot-long, 7,700-pound mobile custom-built trailer with a wood-burning barbecue pit porch, are sure to make Hackensack famous once again, this time for succulent, Texas-style

Soft Serve: Newest Treat at Dunkin’ on Teaneck Road

Now you can enjoy a vanilla soft-serve cone at Dunkin’, with or without sprinkles! It’s a refreshing and delicious treat.

Kosher Food Giant Kedem/Kayco’s ‘Kenover Foods’ Acquires Manischewitz

(Vosizneias.com) The face of the kosher food world is about to change as word broke today that Kayco will be acquiring Manischewitz, a company that has been serving the Jewish community for 131 years.

An internal memo dated July 29 obtained by VIN News confirmed the deal, noting that an

Wandering Que Launches Thursday Nights in Hackensack


(Photo courtesy of David Zimand)


Move over, Billy Joel. 

Ari White and his second Wandering Que mobile smokehouse, a  28-foot-long, 7,700-pound mobile custom-built trailer with a wood-burning barbecue pit porch, are sure to

Understanding Bordeaux Wine – Part I: The Secrets of Pomerol

Several months ago, the most recent issue of “DiVine Magazine” published an article written by yours truly, focusing on my visit to the kosher wine producing Chateaux in Bordeaux. Discussing my journey was essentially about relating my experience exploring ancient castles and mansions, which have been

Something Big Is Brewing in Single-Serve Coffee

(Courtesy of Steeped Coffee) Santa Cruz-based startup Steeped, Inc., one of the most promising and innovative companies in the industry, has launched its revolutionary Steeped Coffee-brewing method to serious coffee drinkers across the nation. Brewed similar to tea, Steeped Coffee’s nitro-sealed Steeped Bags, along with

The Kosher Ice Cream Market Continues to Expand

(Koshertoday.com) After several years of what some saw as the kosher ice cream wars, the category has settled into a shared turf between Klein’s and Mehadrin. Both companies are rolling out new products and hoping to capture a larger share of the Chalav Yisrael (higher kosher standard) market. Klein’s is also enhancing its

One Company: 20,000 Flavors and All Kosher

(Koshertoday.com) Kosher food experts have long suggested that certification agencies by far certify more ingredients than packaged goods for end users. Most of the products certified in Asia, most notably China, are ingredient items. So it was no surprise when the Chicago Rabbinical

Record Number of Kosher Travelers Take to Skies and Roads This Summer

(Koshertoday.com) Kosher travel internationally continues to pick up steam with travel experts noting that 2019 will be a record season. Some experts are saying that kosher travel has more than doubled from 2015. Europe remains a popular destination despite increased anti-Semitism. Poland and Italy, say the experts, remain extremely