More You "Knead" to Know
About Rhodes Bake-N-Serv
Kenny Farnsworth, President of Rhodes Bake-N-Serv (OU kosher certified), was kind enough to answer some questions for KosherEye.
Kenny resides in Salt Lake City, UT and explained the following: "We have a very small Jewish community here with no kosher restaurants and/or bakeries. The local rabbi loves using Rhodes for making Challah. We decided to become Kosher certified around 15 years ago. We had requests from consumers and decided to make it happen. My family loves the Rhodes Butterscotch Bubble Loaf Recipe. It is delicious!"Add a comment
Yom Tov is the time for Jewish people throughout the world to Eat, Pray, Love.
KosherEye wants to help with the "Eating" portion of your Holiday Celebration! Please enjoy our recipes; and feel free to share your special, traditional, easy, delicious, kosher recipes with us. Have a cooking question? We may have the answer!Add a comment
Food Glorious Kosher Food!
In June, KosherEye attended the 2010 Fancy Food Show at New York’s Javits Center. What a food fest – so much kosher to eat, so little time. We stayed at a very special, new and reasonably priced boutique property, The French Quarter’s Guest Apartments, which we highly recommend. It is just off Times Square and has a “kitchenette area”, including a refrigerator perfect for the kosher traveler.
Rooms vary in size. When we asked Colin, the very accommodating manager, if he has had any celebrities stay there, he replied, “All of our guests are Celebrities!” We attended a Tweet–Up with many of our Twitter food colleagues, ate in several kosher restaurants, and of course, walked everywhere.
And, then it was off to our kosher road trip through Pennsylvania and Maryland.Add a comment
Berry-licious Strawberry Fudge Sundae
This is one terrific dessert recipe for fresh strawberries, homemade chocolate sauce and ice cream. What a winning combo – Roasted Strawberry Sundae. Enjoy, enjoy!Add a comment
Offer a Helping Hand in Israel
Volunteer for Leket Israel, The National Food Bank of Israel.
A successful, and very generous, attorney in Israel owns many dunams of land around Rehovot, which he pays to have planted with all types of vegetables, but he asks that volunteers come and pick them. After they are harvested, the vegetables go directly to soup kitchens and other outlets for the poor. Leket Israel has volunteers who help guide you where to pick, and what to do. The staff is helpful in terms of arranging it in advance. If you are in Israel, even for a short time, this is a must – contact Deena Fiedler at email@example.com. Please visit their website, Leket Israel for more information.
KosherEye thanks a prominent Atlanta rabbi, for making us aware of this wonderful mitzvah opportunity.Add a comment
Self-Rising Flour - Make Your Own!
If a recipe calls for self-rising flour and you don't have any, not a problem....make your own. Follow these simple directions and the problem is solved.Add a comment
One Cube or Two – Lemon That Is!
Need fresh lemon or lime juice and don't have any? KosherEye shares this Kitchen Tip for always having it as close as your freezer.Add a comment
The History of the Egg Cream
The egg cream is an old–time New York thirst–quencher; sweet and fizz-full! Despite its name, the egg cream contains neither eggs nor cream. This original, cool, sweet, delicious NY Egg Cream is a baby boomer classic; but likely still on a learning curve for gen-xers!
Trust us...This was the BEST and MOST popular drink at the corner candy store! Try one!Add a comment
Mint Chip (Chocolate) Ice Cream Recipe
We have received a request for our Mint Chip Ice Cream recipe. We love this recipe by David Lebovitz, from his cookbook The Perfect Scoop, and use fresh mint from our garden. Enjoy!Add a comment