NEW YORK (JTA) — Pomegranate, a gourmet kosher supermarket in Brooklyn, spends $75,000 every year getting its kitchen ready for Passover. Hungarian Kosher Foods, a supermarket in Chicago, starts clearing its aisles for Passover eight weeks ahead of the holiday. The week before Passover, at Zabar’s, a Jewish favorite on Manhattan’s...
PHO-MEN. That's the name of a pioneering new restaurant opening in Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood that is presented as the first ever authentic kosher Asian noodle house. Slated to formally open mid-February on Troy Avenue, it promises to bring authentic, traditional Vietnamese and Japanese cuisine to the kosher world, without the...
(The Nosher) The time has come for the sacred tradition of frying latkes for Hanukkah. But wait — before you break out your oil and frying pan, make sure you aren’t making any rookie mistakes. But First, Put On An Apron Your clothes may get splattered, so wear something you don’t mind...
Meat sushi is exactly what it sounds like - sushi that uses meat instead of fish. It's a new food trend that is making its way across the Jewish culinary world, but it's not a food that everyone is quite ready for because of the 6-hour commitment. Check out...
Here she is making Hamantaschen for Purim at Lehamim Bakery מאפיית לחמים with Uri Scheft, co-owner of Lehamim Bakery מאפיית לחמים TLV and Breads Bakery NYC!
A 2-Michelin-star chef just opened a chain of fast food restaurants in Israel, and he's breaking records while doing it! Check out the clip from ILTV below. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wjz2swLIQcI]
(JTA) — Jamaica has its first kosher restaurant. Kosher Hot Spot, run by Chabad of Jamaica, will serve the island nation’s famous jerk cooking in which meat is dry-rubbed or wet marinated with a hot spice mixture called Jamaican jerk spice. The eatery, which opened last week, is located on Montego Bay’s “hip...
(The Nosher) Babka is nearly a weekly occurrence in my house, and I can think of few things better. But it’s not just me: Babka has really been getting the recognition it deserves all over the country, making appearances everywhere from artisanal bakeries to Jewish delis and even high-end restaurants. My babka recipe...
Kosher.com is coming up on its first birthday, so they obviously made the most incredible cake to celebrate. Watch the deliciousness come together in this clip from their YouTube channel. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5qkS_Ki0fE]
New York City’s beloved 2nd Avenue Deli has always been a restaurant willing to adapt. The family has to close the original location of the deli on the Lower East Side of Manhattan in 2006, re-opening in a new space on 33rd Street. And yet again in 2011 they...
(The Nosher) Master pastry chef Alex Levin has an impressive background. He received his undergraduate degree in applied mathematics from Yale, was the top student in the class of 2012 at the Culinary Institute of America, and trained under some of the industry’s leading pastry chefs at restaurants Jean-Georges and...
(The Nosher) Try this comforting yet elevated Shabbat dish from Chef Yehuda Sichel of Abe Fisher. Photo credit Alexandra Hawkins Ingredients 1 cup pearled barley 1 cup dried kidney beans ¾ pound boneless short ribs, cut into 2” cubes ½ pound kosher salami, cut into ½” cubes 1 large yellow onion, cut...
(The Nosher) A great non-dairy dessert can be hard to come by, and in my search for non-dairy baking ingredients that would give richness to pareve (containing neither meat nor dairy) baked goods, I recently fell in love with coconut milk yogurt. It looks like yogurt, its texture is...
(The Nosher) Hamantaschen are the beloved cookies that Jews enjoy during the holiday of Purim. The tasty treats were born out of Austria, where they were originally filled with poppy seed (or muhn in German), which kind of sounded like Haman (the bad guy in the Purim story for whom the cookies are...


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