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I've been seeing a lot of recipes for crab cakes lately that look amazing. Problem is, I don't eat shellfish (I keep Kosher) and I don't know what crab tastes like, so I don't know what would work ...
Looking for a bakery that makes old fashioned Polish pletzel. Prefer if they will ship.
If a cheese is listed as being Kosher, (for example on the igourmet.com website there is a whole section on kosher cheese), does that imply that any rennet in that cheese would have to be vegetable...
Has anyone been buying schmerling cheese triangles or slices? They were out of stock for years but have recently become available again. They honestly are so good, quite expensive but worth it. I'm...
An old discussion of many years ago was about what hard ciders are kosher. I recently looked it up... re: American products (available also in Canada). They sell others in Israel, notably a really ...
Does anyone know how I can locate old issues of the Kosher Gourmet Magazine? Gil Marks, the cookbook author, edited it for awhile when it first came out, in the 1980's, I think. I am not sure exact...
FREINDS OF OURS HAVE MOVED TO THE DANVILLE AREA...AND THEY MAINTAIN THERE IS NOT ANY PLACE TO BUY "JEWISH" TYPE FOOD...
MATZOS FOR PESACH...SOUPS, NOODLES, KOSHER CHICKEN ETC...EVEN DELI MUSTARD....
My wife and I went to the kosher store to try a different cut of meat, and picked up about 3.5 pounds of "beef top of rib roast." The guy at the store suggested seasoning it with salt, pepper, and...
Boichik Bagels opened its long-awaited brick and mortar on Black Friday in the venue where Noah's got its start. Yesterday morning I stopped by the one-week old shop a little after 10am to find a s...
I have a jelly recipe I want to try, and it calls for pectin. Does anyone know where to get parve pectin in the NY area, preferably in Queens?
BTW, I know that pectin is a fruit product, and ...
Many great recipes call for the use of pancetta - which is a kind of bacon. It gives the food a smokey/salty flavor plus fat. I can't think of an ingredient to subsitute. Any thoughts?
My mother used to make something we called "faltche fish" - literally fake fish. It was made like gefilte fish but out of ground chicken white meat. I've tried to make this but it comes out dry a...
Anyone else going to be left with a whole lot of matza, matza meal, gefilte fish, macaroons, etc, because they planned and bought for big Seders before the coronavirus struck?
Hi, My daughter lives in between Allentown,PA and Reading, PA and due to social isolation rules this year is having issues obtaining Kosher for Passover items. Normally she comes home and we supply...
As per Vallevin 's suggestion, I decided to start a new thread for this topic.
Coconut flour is gluten free, non kitnyiot, and non gebrokhts. It would generally be a better alternative for Passove...
Is it commercially available?
I have not been able to locate these bars this year even though they are listed in the OU guide as kosher for Passover. Has anyone seen them and know where I can obtain some?
Now that Pace Picante Sauce is no longer certified kosher, I have had a hard time finding kosher picante sauce. Any recommendations? I am not looking for salsa or taco sauce (yes, there is a diff...