A trio of cheese, fresh spinach, tomatoes, and pine nuts are combined to create a savory Spinach–Herb Cheesecake delight. Serve as an appetizer or with cocktails – it's a star!Add a comment
72 Hours In Kosher Orlando
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It’s the Disney Life for Me!
Join us as we visit Orlando, and enjoy the Magical World of Disney with a KOSHER eye! We present some highlights from our recent visit – or as they say at Disney, “Let the Memories Begin…Add a comment
Almond Crescent Cookie Recipe
KosherEye "Foodie" Friend, Gloria Kobrin – creator of the first kosher cookbook application for IPhone and IPad, submitted a recipe for our King Arthur Flour random giveaway. This was a winning recipe submission – even though Gloria wasn't randomly drawn as the winner of the $50 King Arthur gift certificate. We wanted to share the recipe for Gloria's Almond Crescent Cookies with our readers. Thank you Gloria and Kosher Cookbook!Add a comment
The Best Containers for Food Storage
The Today Show featured a segment on food storage containers - presented by Woman's Day Magazine. They spotlighted the top storage container types we should have in our kitchens - from plastic and pyrex to stainless steel. Tips on how to store for easy access; the most efficient sizes. One of our favorites was a stainless steel compartmentalized container that keeps food hot or cold. Great item for packing school or work lunches. Enjoy watching the video from the show!
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Handmade Tu B'Shevat Centerpiece
From KosherEye Friend, Creative Jewish Mom, a craft for Tu B'Shevat - the Jewish celebration that marks the "New Year of the Trees." Children and adults alike will enjoy making this simple, yet elegant, centerpiece using twigs and a heat-proof container.
Also, from this very creative mom, instructions for making the kosher salt snowstorm luminaries that also appear in the picture below. Enjoy crafting these fun and useful creations!
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Empire Kosher - Ready to Roast
Dinner made easy! Empire Kosher Poultry Ready to Roast Chicken Garlic & Herbed Seasoned. A welcome option for those days when you are short on time but want to eat healthfully. The pre–seasoned whole chicken comes in a cook–in bag that can be roasted in the oven (for one hour) or microwaved (20 minutes). We tried it using both cooking methods and liked it –convenient, tasty, and best of all – featherless. All uncooked chickens should look this good!Add a comment
The Cake Mix Doctor’s Cake Mixes
Anne Byrn followed a cake dream to create a yellow cake mix that gets its color from butter and eggs, not artificial colors, and its scent from real Madagascar vanilla. Her cake dream is now a reality, a Kof–K dairy kosher certified reality.
In addition to the yellow cake mix, Anne’s second creation is a chocolate mix with a deep chocolate fudgy flavor. Her chocolate mission was to develop a cake mix that resulted in a cake that tasted as good as her mom’s, but that didn’t require an afternoon to assemble.
There are only 5 (yellow cake) or 6 (chocolate cake) ingredients in each cake mix, period! No additives, preservatives or trans fats.
The cake mixes – which are available in both old fashioned yellow and deep dark chocolate are simple to make, and oh so good, especially when slathered with frosting…Chocolate Buttercream or Vanilla Buttercream.
For additional product information or to puchase, please visit CakeMixDoctor.com.Add a comment
New Zealand Shechita Donation Campaign
Our KosherEye Friend, Norman Kabak, Wellington, New Zealand, is asking us to share the following information on how we, in the U.S., can help in the fight to stop the ban on shechita (ritual slaughter) in New Zealand. Norman is a member of the Fundraising Committee, New Zealand Shechita Donation Campaign, and is reaching out to all of us.
Please read this very important plea, share it with your family and friends, and if you can, please help in this important matter – it effects all of us.
New Zealand Shechita Donation Campaign
The fight to stop the ban on shechita!
Yes, we have won a partial victory, now help us win the entire fight. Please give a thought to the Jewish community in New Zealand.
In 1933, Nazi Germany banned Kosher slaughter under the pretext of animal welfare. Now, 77 years later, the same argument was presented by the Minister of Agriculture to justify his decision, making New Zealand the only country in the world to behave in the same way as Nazi Germany.
This decision went against the advice of officials who recommended that shechita be exempted from the animal welfare regulations, as are home killing and hunting. The minister explicitly recognized the effect of his decision on the Jewish community in New Zealand, effectively concluding that there aren't enough of us to be important!.
The Jewish community of New Zealand has filed suit against this regulation in the New Zealand High Court. A partial victory has been achieved because the High Court has signed a provision allowing kosher slaughter of poultry, only. Therefore the fight continues.
There are only about 2,000 Jewish households in New Zealand. Each family belonging to a congregation has been asked to contribute $150 to help cover the cost of the attorney's fees. This is a very sizable sum for many of these households and will not nearly go far enough toward covering the real costs of the case. We ask those who care to fight this indecent ban, to assist us by contributing the cost of one family dinner in a kosher restaurant.
This will not nearly go far enough, and we ask those who care to fight this indecent ban, to assist us by contributing the cost of one family dinner in a kosher restaurant, or whatever you feel you are able to.
This is your fight too!!!!
Eventually, this will become your fight as well if this trend is permitted to continue. Please assist us by helping to defray our legal costs. It would be a Kiddush HaShem!
Arrangements have been made to make a tax deductible contribution in the United States, to assist in paying the legal costs for our case in the High Court regarding the ban on shechita.
Please have all your friends, relatives and acquaintances who wish to make payment in U.S. dollars to send checks, made payable to:
Rabbi's Discretionary Fund-Lincoln Square Synagogue,
Subject line: New Zealand
and mail it to:
Lincoln Square Synagogue
200 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10023
Credit card contributions can be made via the following link, but are not tax deductible outside of New Zealand, and there will be a small charge levied by the processing company in addition to your donation.
The New Zealand Shechita Donation Campaign can be accessed here: http://bit.ly/9KvtEF
By clicking on the above link, people can make a secure credit card payment.
Please, can we ask that you circulate the link to relatives, friends and colleagues far and wide and ask them to help with a donation to assist with our legal fees.Add a comment
Parve Corn Bread
KosherEye "Foodie" Friend, cookbook author Paula Shoyer – The Kosher Baker – has posted a parve cornbread recipe on her KosherBaker blog. KosherEye loves cornbread and this recipe is too good not to share. Enjoy!Add a comment
Slow Cooker Ease
Don't worry about finding the time (or space in the oven) for baking the Thanksgiving stuffing/dressing. Use your slow cooker and it's one dish less you have to worry about. We are sharing a terrific slow cooker Herbed Thanksgiving Stuffing recipe. While we are at it, why not include this delicious side dish of Hot Curried Fruit – also made in the slow cooker.Add a comment