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Kol Foods Cool Winter Sale

All KOL Foods poultry and meats are currently on sale through January 26th at 10% off. Just use the Coupon Code Winter14 with your minimum order of $100. KOL Foods meats are 100% grass fed and kosher certified; KOL Foods offers the ONLY organic-fed, glatt-kosher, 100% pastured chicken in the USA through our Amish Meadow chicken line.

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Shop Kol Foods here: kolfoods.com

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El Submarino
Argentinian Hot Chocolate

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When in Buenos Aires, KosherEye discovered a hot chocolate drink so deep in flavor, so rich in chocolate, so fragrant with vanilla that we have made it ours; we have enjoyed it over and over and over again! In Argentina it is called El Submarino -– we simply call it the best hot chocolate ever, period!

Ingredients

1 cup steaming hot whole milk
1 Tablespoon vanilla sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 ounces of a semi sweet chocolate bar

Directions

Heat the milk and sugar until very hot, but not boiling.
Pour into a mug.
Plunge the chocolate bar into the hot milk with a spoon. (Sink the submarine!)
Stir until the chocolate has melted and is incorporated into the hot milk.
And, if you mix it correctly – there will be melted chocolate sludge at the very bottom of the cup. We like this part the best and enjoy it to the very last drop.

 

 

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Win a $200 Credit
with KOL Foods

"Feel Good About the Meat you Eat!"

Kol Foods, a kosher provider of sustainable, pastured poultry and beef, is holding a recipe contest. Eight bloggers have each submitted a recipe. Every time you vote, you have a chance to win a $200 credit to use on KOL Food's delicious poultry and meat products. And, you will enjoy the recipes as well. Kol Foods Beef is 100% Grass Fed.

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Enter here!

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Win a Grill from Nextagristar

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Our friends at Kosherscoop.com are holding a hot contest! SUBMIT any meat or chicken recipe on nextagristar.com for a chance to win a new BBQ! There will be smaller prizes as well. To "stay in the know", do Like Nexagristar on Facebook. . . Good luck all! Hope a KosherEye reader is a lucky winner!

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Last Minute Hanukkah Sufganiyot (Doughnuts)
With Vanilla Glaze 


  This shortcut doughnut recipe is perfect for Hanukkah or for any day.  

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These delicious dougnuts are ready in 30 minutes, and they can be served plain, glazed, filled with jelly, or just with a simple dusting of powdered sugar.

See our recipe for Quick Jelly Sufganiyot (Doughnuts) with Vanilla Glaze, adapted from the, CTCA, The Center for Kosher Culinary Arts.

 

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Knish Shortage Reported by CKCA

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After an equipment fire at the famed Gabila's knish plant in Long Island, The Center for Kosher Culinary Arts (The CKCA) has stepped in to offset the temporary world knish shortage and has developed a copycat recipe inspired by Gabila's knishes.

For the recipe and directions on how to make these knishes, visit:
http://kosherculinaryarts.blogspot.com/2013/11/ckca-first-responders-in-new-york-knish.html

And, while you are there, check out some delicious latke recipes, and their apple- rhubarb sauce accompaniment.

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Reynolds Coupons

Just in time for Thanksgiving and Hanukkah Cooking. Save on Reynolds® products by clicking  here for money saving coupons.

$1.00 off Parchment Paper
$  .75 off Slow Cooker Liners
$  .75 off Reynolds Wrap Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil
$  .75 off Oven Bags
$  .75 off Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil

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Abigael's at the Barclays Center

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There will be many happy patrons heading to the Barclays Center for Nets basketball. Abigael's is hosting a kosher concession this season, featuring specialties from Chef Jeffrey Nathan including two of our favorites -- their scrumptious brisket eggrolls and boutique burgers. A kosher menu is also available in the private suites, and a kosher buffet will be served in the 40/40 club. Even if you are not a basketball fan, you will have a ball eating!

 

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Kosher Industry Pioneers Honored
From KosherToday

NEW YORK — On the night before Kosherfest, nearly 100 world-renowned kosher food personalities, cookbook authors, brands, and kosher foodies honored eight kosher food industry pioneers who have each achieved significant milestones in the kosher food industry. The honorees included; Susie Fishbein, Laura Frankel, Norene Gilletz, David Herzog, Levana Kirschenbaum, Menachem Lubinsky, Gil Marks, and Joan Nathan. Each was presented a keepsake Rosle soup ladle, especially engraved for the occasion.

The evening was co-produced by parenting blogger Esti Berkowitz of primetimeparenting.com and Roberta Scher co-founder and executive editor of KosherEye.com. Even as these pioneers were being recognized for their contributions to the kosher food industry, announcements of new projects were revealed. Gil Marks and Susie Fishbein will be collaborating for Zman Magazine, a monthly column featuring a unique presentation of Jewish culinary history and culture with panache. Joan Nathan shared news that the milestone series Jewish Cooking in America, which was nominated for the James Beard Award for Best National Television Food Show will soon be available on DVD.

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In addition to the Kosher Pioneers, there were surprises for those newer on the kosher scene. Several individuals were recognized for their vision, their entrepreneurial skills and their success in paving new paths in the kosher world. The 2013 Cutting Edge Kosher Awards went to Gloria Kobrin, developer of the KosherCookbook.com; Jesse Blonder, founder of the Kosher Culinary Institute, the first state-of-the art Culinary Institution especially for the kosher-minded chef, Jamie Geller of the Kosher Media Network, and Alex Rapaport of Masbia Soup Kitchen. Each was presented a specially selected chef's knife provided by Shun of Japan.

Cutting Edge Award photo courtesy of Gloria Kobrin, KosherCookbook.com

 

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Annual Kosherfest Culinary Competition
by Menachem Lubinsky, KosherToday Editor in chief

At times, schmoozing with Ms. Geller and, at times, glancing back at the array of ingredients behind them, the three contestants produced a striking dish within the half hour allotted them. Frankly, I felt lucky that I was not a judge because it was just such a difficult choice. All three were simply outstanding and I would not hesitate to have any of them cook a dinner for me that included the president of the United States.

I usually get to see just snippets of one of the best attended events at the annual Kosherfest, the Annual Kosherfest Culinary Competition. This time, I stood my ground the entire 30 minutes. That's right just 30 minutes to watch three leading chefs of upscale kosher foods make an extraordinary dish. In the end it was Chef Casey Colaneri, the executive chef of the Sushi Metsuyan Restaurant in Monsey, NY and Teaneck, NJ, who won the $1000 prize. Chef Casey went so far as to predict that kosher cuisine would go far beyond where it is today.

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Chef Casey Colaneri

Each of the three competing chefs was given 30 minutes to cook one entrée from scratch using only a basket of mystery ingredients and a limited pantry of basic staples. Colaneri competed with Jose Soto, Executive Chef, Basil Restaurant in Brooklyn; and David Teyf, Chef & Owner, Lox Café at the Jewish Museum in Manhattan. The emcee was best-selling cookbook author and Joy of Kosher and Kosher Media Network founder Jamie Geller as host. The competition was sponsored by Jack's Gourmet, an innovative kosher meat company that made waves last year with the introduction of a high quality, surprisingly authentic bacon substitute made from beef called "facon." The panel of judges was comprised of Philippe Kaemmerle, Chef and Instructor at The Center for Kosher Culinary Arts, Jack Silberstein, Owner, Jack's Gourmet, and Roberta Scher, Co-founder and Managing Editor of Koshereye.com

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