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The Cheese Guy
Hand Made Fresh Ravioli

Brent Delman, The Cheese Guy has changed the world of kosher cheese, just as the Herzog family changed the world of kosher wine. Simply said, Brent is a kosher cheese innovator. . or as he calls himself “One Wild and Cheesy Guy”
The cheeses are small-batch, kosher, vegetarian and 100% free of artificial preservatives and flavorings. “Spread them, Grate them or Dig in” They range from aged, soft, cheddars, and spicy, to International specialties such as Italian and Danish.. In recent months, The Cheese Guy has been “accessorizing” his cheeses with artisan crackers and preserves.

Our favorite new product was introduced to us at Kosherfest, is The Cheese Guy handmade in Italy, fresh ravioli pasta.
The ravioli is currently available in 2 flavors: tomato and mozzarella and  Ricotta and Spinach
We added sun dried tomatoes and mushrooms to the tomato and mozzarella ravioli, sprinkled with some Cheese Guy Parmesan and enjoyed every bite. Delizioso!
The product is kosher, dairy and chalav yisroel.

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Recipe: KosherEye Tomato and Mozzarella Ravioli  
3 Tablespoons olive oil 
½ lb. fresh mushrooms, sliced 
½ cup sun dried tomatoes 
1 package fresh kosher ravioli - We used the The Cheese Guy brand 
In a deep fry pan, warm oil, and then sauté mushrooms until softened; add tomatoes, simmer about 2 minutes more; Gently stir in 1 package of cooked ravioli. Simmer and stir until warmed through. Serve topped with Parmesan cheese and fresh basil if available.





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Want to make your kitchen life a bit easier at busy times? (Ok, yes we do know that busy times are actually most times in the average households!)

These sauce mixes are so convenient for those meals that you want to prepare a "semi-homemade" recipe. Combine the sauce packet with the suggested ingredients on the label, and your dish is done. . .


Varieties include Pasta Alfredo sauce, Spicy Taco, Garlic seasoning mix for vegetables, Fajita, Sesame Ginger and many more. And yes, they are all organic and KSA kosher certified. The mixes are widely available in supermarkets such as Whole Foods. Learn more about the company and enjoy some recipes at We applaud Simply Organics for donating 1% of Sales for the restoration of environmental communities and natural habits worldwide.

Save Gelt! Use any of these savings coupons for Simply Organic Products.

For recipes using Simply Organic spices and sauce mixes,  Click Here.


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Nomoo Cookies

Take the Dairy Out; Leave the Delicious In

We at KosherEye often make our own cookies – particularly when we need parve (dairy free) cookies. Yes, there are some excellent dairy cookies available at the supermarket, but parve is another story. And then came Nomoo-dairy free.

This is a new brand, headquartered in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and OU certified. When the cookies arrived at our door, we did not know what to expect, and were wowed by the beautiful box and wrap. We checked the ingredients and were pleasantly surprised with the lack of additives – no preservatives, chemicals, transfats or artificial flavors or colors. Best of all Nomoo seems to use many of the same ingredients that we do – including King Arthur Flour and Earth Balance margarine. Impressive! And, yes we found them quite delicious. Our favorites: Oat-Rageous, Choco-Lift and of course, The Big Chipper. We ate most of them, and then, were able to freeze the rest. Works perfectly!

This is a sweet gift for your Yom Tov host or just to treat yourself. At the Nomoo website you will find a variety cookie combinations at $19.95 a dozen, plus shipping. If you really want to have some cookie fun, you can join the monthly, quarterly or yearly Nomoo cookie club.

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Irene’s Bakery and Gourmet Kitchen
Tastes like Homemade!


Yes these taste like they were homemade! That is about the best compliment a food – especially a baked good can be given. The pastries from Irene's tastes just like we made them ourselves, with a lot less work.

Irene's Bakery used to be a "Mom and Pop" shop - serving Jewish style foods to local deli and convenience stores in Pennsylvania. In 2002, Irene's Bakery was bought by a young couple, Irina and Daniel Zelikovich, who expanded the business and re-invented the company. Its reach is now nationwide. Irene's is an all-natural food manufacturer, serving food retailers like Whole Foods Market, Wegmans, King's, Shop Rite's and local supermarkets such as Acme and Giant. All of Irene's baked goods are kosher certified Star K (parve), or Star D (dairy).

The pastries are based on traditional heirloom Jewish bakery recipes, but are made with organic unbleached flours, and sweetened with organic evaporated cane Juice. There are no food additives, colors, hydrogenated oils, or food preservatives in Irene's products. In addition to baked goods, the company sells blintzes, knishes, vegetable puffs and more, but we will cover those another time.

Some of our favorites from Irene's Bakery:
Biscotti  We found these at our local Whole Foods Market
20 calories each – Most are fat and sodium free. What a calorie bargain and you would never know it by tasting. These are crunchy, just sweet enough and perfect with morning coffee. They are available in several delicious flavors including Pistachio Vanilla, Raisin Almond, Cranberry, Chocolate Almond, Coffee Amaretto. Star K Parve
So which were our favorites? We especially enjoyed the Pistachio Vanilla and Cranberry, but our other tasters had different favorites. All were enjoyed.

Apricot and Raspberry tarts – resembles our favorite linzer cookies. They are rich, buttery cookies topped with sweet apricot or raspberry jam. Superb in taste and crumb. Irene's also makes apricot and raspberry "puffs" that are very similar to the tarts, but with a different crust. Yumm. Star D Dairy

Rugelach – So luscious, we could hardly stop ourselves from eating the entire package. These taste like the ones from our kitchen, but Irene's bakes more flavors than we do --  and buying Irene's rugelach certainly offers a sweet convenience for the busy cook. Walnut Raisin, Raspberry, Chocolate and Cinnamon. Our favorite? Couldn't choose one- we liked them all. Star D Dairy

Visit Irene's to learn more about their products at

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Mention "pickles" and everyone has an opinion on their favorite type. There are dill, kosher dill, sour, half sour, sweet, bread and butter...and there are Wickles Pickles!
The pickle itself has a long and interesting history. Did you know that the Ancient Mesopotamians were thought to have made the first pickle in 2400 B.C....and Cleopatra claimed pickles made her beautiful. We have to thank Christopher Columbus for bringing the pickle to the New World. An interesting pickle fact: The Department of Agriculture estimates that the average American eats more than 8.5 pounds of pickles a year. We highly recommend Wickles Pickles be part of your 8.5 pounds!

Wickles has introduced two new products recently- and they are hot!



Wickles Wicked Pickle Chips
Sandwich and snack chips
Delicious for those who love a little bite in their pickles
Wickles describes: A little bit sweet and a little bit spicy—fresh chips to go with everything nicely



Wickles Wicked Jalapeño Slices
Taco night on another level
Love this gently spiced up a notch jalapeno pepper/pickle mix

Wickles products:
• Gluten-Free
• OU Kosher
• No high fructose corn syrup

Try these Wickles inspired recipes:
Jalapeño Cornbread
Tuna salad
Chicken salad

Potato salad

Want to know more about Wickles - read our spotlight article on Wickles Pickles. We've been Wickles fans for years!

The Wickles line of products is carried in grocery stores across the U.S. and here: Wickles Pickles

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