Is there anything more satisfying or comforting than a hearty, homemade bowl of chicken soup? Well yes, and it’s when your chicken soup was made in a crockpot and you didn’t have to do any of the hard work. So sit back and relax, forget slaving over a hot stove...
We found six non-observant Jews who had never tried to follow Kosher rules and asked them to give it a shot. There were a lot of rules. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCB4v68Bb3g] A LOT! And it was very hard for the participants to find Kosher menus at restaurants. They also had to boil their dishes and utensils...
    [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoHcGhHxar8] Do you need an easy last minute extra addition to make your Mishloach Manos special? Kosher.com has the solution for you! Watch this video and then go to the site to get the recipe. http://www.kosher.com/shows/video/76/absolute-most-last-minute-mishloach-manos-you-can-bake
(The Nosher) There are so many wonderful Jewish foods to enjoy: sabich and pastrami, kubaneh and knishes, babka and bimuelos. But there’s also some seriously cringe-worthy traditional Jewish foods that still grace many holiday and Friday night dinner tables. Of course there is the argument to be made that one man’s gefilte fish jelly is another man’s caviar....
The following recipe comes from Shannon Sarna on the Nosher via My Jewish Learning: Passover desserts can really be the worst. Canned macaroons. Dry cake. And while I know many people who love it, super rich flourless chocolate cake is just not my thing. I don’t enjoy how dense it...
When's the last time you made this old-school Shabbos dish? Whether it's every week, or you haven't had it since your Bubbe made it for you as a kid, the recipe below makes it look easy. (Source Jewlish)
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israelis love their tomatoes. They eat them whole, sliced, diced and cooked. Nearly half of Israelis, in a survey taken a couple years ago, said tomato is their favorite vegetable (okay, it’s technically a fruit, but never mind), and that they eat it almost every day. Many of them...
Just over a year ago I was scrolling through Instagram when I saw a picture of  a billboard in Haiti advertising Manischewitz wine. The kosher wine has been a constant in Jewish homes for Passover seders and sacramental occasions, but in Jewish circles, while admittedly nostalgic, it’s typically scorned and...
Passover is one of the most important times of the year for the Jewish people, and many do not have the resources to celebrate this meaningful holiday. An employee of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews gives a tour of a food packing facility in Israel and shows...
(The Nosher) While we love our families, any long and drawn out holiday dinner with them often requires a lot of alcohol kept close at all times. Of course, when it’s Passover, the booze options are fairly limited. Good news, though: We can now add tequila shots and margaritas to...
Kosher beer, bourbon, and BBQ-who's in? At 8:30 pm, the night of August 26th, at Temple Beth Hillel Beth El of Wynnewood, is having a massive BBQ event. Grill masters have traveled across the U.S., from Texas to New York to compete in the first ever Philadelphia Kosher Barbecue. This...
(The Nosher) Drive down any main highway in Israel on a Saturday, and you’re bound to run into a makeshift jachnun stand on the side of the road. The best-known food of the Yemenite Jewish community has now become a part of mainstream Israeli cuisine, along with a whole host of...
The employees of Grand & Essex Market of Teaneck, NJ wish all of us a Shanah Tovah!
(The Nosher) Each Jewish holiday has its iconic food: For Pesach it’s the symbolic matzah; for Rosh Hashanah it’s sweet honey and new fruits. For Purim we get the delectable hamantaschen; and for Chanukah it’s oil. That purified olive oil, used to rekindle the iconic seven branched menora that was...
It's Monday night in Jerusalem or Tuesday night in the rest of the world and Pesach is finally over. You were never that obsessed with bread throughout the year but all of a sudden there is a mad dash to get as many bagels into your already over-filled matzah belly...


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