Big events like weddings, corporate parties, conventions, and bar/bat mitzvahs take a lot of planning to execute. Of course, the heart and soul of every large gathering and celebration is the food. In order for your event to be a massive success, the food has to be top-notch. Though many people don’t consider it, using a kosher caterer can be the missing ingredient that takes your event to the next level. Here are 5 reasons why you should cater kosher at your next event.Read More »
Who doesn’t love some latkes during Hanukkah? These crispy potato pancakes fried in oil have become one of the most popular and delicious Hanukkah traditions. There are a few different stories which purport to explain how latkes became an integral part of the Jewish tradition, but the exact historical origins of these mouthwatering fried cakes is hazy. Some trace latkes back to the historical time of the Maccabees, others to the story of Judith, and… Read More »
Contrary to what a lot of people think, kosher isn’t just another type of health diet out there like gluten-free, paleo, or vegan. The primary purpose of eating kosher is not to increase overall health or to gain any other physical benefit. Rather, the point of keeping a kosher diet is to obey the food laws set down in the Torah to carry on Jewish religious practices. With that said, there can be some secondary benefits to eati… Read More »
Although conventional wisdom used to be that you shouldn’t spoil your meals by eating snacks, diet experts are now saying the exact opposite: a healthy diet incorporates snacking between meals. Healthy snacking can help curb overeating at meal time, stave off cravings for junk food, and keep you performing well throughout the entire day. But, it can be difficult coming up with good snack ideas for those following a kosher diet. To help g… Read More »
It may seem intimidating at first, but identifying kosher and pareve foods is simple once you know some basic guidelines and identifying markings. Since you’re keeping Kosher, it’s important to be able to identify which foods are safe and which ones need to stay at the store.
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Cholent is a favorite Jewish stew that is cooked slowly for several hours — up to 12 hours. Cholent was developed over many centuries to follow food preparation laws on the Sabbath. It has profound emotional significance. The smell of cholent used to permeate the wooden houses of Jewish villages throughout Eastern Europe, with the pot being sealed with flour and paste and taken to the baker’s oven to bake throughout the day. Then family members would fetch t… Read More »
Enjoying classic holiday meals while adhering to a kosher diet can be tough, but we’re here to help. Take a look at some of these great kosher holiday recipes for meal ideas this holiday season.
Kosher Turkey by Jamie Geller
If you’re looking for a great way to celebrate T… Read More »
Food is a central part of Jewish culture. It is also a central feature of all the big events in life, whether that’s a bar/bat mitzvah, wedding, or religious holiday. Kosher catering thus becomes extremely important when your event isn’t at a temple or event space with kosher kitchens. The problem is that the v… Read More »