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Who wants to grill in the cold of winter? We do! Now that we have discovered this awesome indoor grill, we can! The best news: if you live in an apartment condo or residence lacking outdoor space, now you can grill -any time, any season.... Read more...

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SHLOMO'S BACK! Direct from Broadway, the new production of Soul Doctor, The Musical Journey of Shlomo Carlebach has been completely re-imagined, involving the audience as an integral part of the "Shlomo Experience."
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Cindy Hodkin

Welcome to SIFTED. I consider myself a reformed attorney and currently give kosher cooking classes. We cook with the seasons, utilizing herbs and vegetables fresh from my garden that make you feel fresh and light in the summer, warm and fuzzy in the winter. Right now, we are cooking for... Read more...  

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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.

 
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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.

 
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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!

 
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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!

 
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Blueberry Stuffed French Toast...

A delicious, low fat and healthy option for a Father's Day Breakfast —  Blueberry Stuffed French Toast!  If however, you wish to create a richer version, simply change the low fat ingredients to the real thing!

 
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Important Fish Kashruth Alert from Star-K

Recently there has been much discussion about the fish worms called Anisakis. These worms/parasites have been found in certain species of fish. Some Gedolei Eretz Yisroel have ruled that these worms are halachically prohibited and, therefore, those species of fish must be inspected prior to use. Since we at Star-K strive to have our kosher certified products accepted by all kosher consumers, Rabbi Moshe Heinemann has instructed Star-K establishments and mashgichim that only the non-problematic fish be used. Until we issue policies and procedures for inspections (as we have for vegetables and fruit) the problematic species of fish - fresh, frozen or canned - will not be used, even with kosher certification (unless prior approval is given by Star-K.)

Rabbi Heinemann recommends that consumers follow the same policy. Therefore, only non-problematic fish should be used until guidelines for inspection are issued. As with all halachic issues, people should follow the guidance of their personal Rav.

Updates will be posted on this site.

Policy

The following lists are based on research by Rabbi Gershon BessNote: Please READ CAREFULLY since there are some species of fish that appear on both lists. Their acceptability or non-acceptability depends on where they originate. We have no information about fish not included on this list.

Until further notice, only the variety of fish found on the following list may be used without any need for inspection:

  • Carp
  • Flounder - Only Fluke, Georgia Banks, Channel
  • Gefilte Fish
  • Herring fillet
  • Lox - Farm Raised [if wild, would state "wild”]
  • Minced Fish Sticks
  • Pike
  • Pollock - Atlantic
  • Red Snapper - Eastern or Atlantic only
  • Salmon - Farm Raised (e.g. Atlantic, Norwegian, Chilean, New Zealand, British Columbia )
  • Sardines - from Morocco, Philippines, Portugal
  • Sea Bass – Striped Bass, Grouper (Mexican), Blue Nose (New Zealand)
  • Tilapia
  • Trout
  • Tuna
  • Whitefish - Michigan-Lake Superior
  • Whiting

Until we issue policies and procedures for inspections (as we have for vegetables and fruit) the following species of fish (fresh, frozen or canned) should NOT be used (even with kosher certification):

  • Butterfish
  • Cod - Scrod, Hake
  • Flounder - Yellow Tail, Wild Dabs, Black Backs, Turbot, Yellow Fin Sole
  • Halibut
  • Pollack – Alaskan – Fillet fish sticks or patties
  • Red Perch
  • Red Snapper - Pacific
  • Sable a.k.a Black Cod - including Smoked
  • Salmon, Wild - Fresh/Frozen/Canned – All types
  • Sardines – Norway, Scotland
  • Sole
  • Yellow Fin Sole
 
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I Love the USA

KosherEye has a quick and easy menu for Memorial Day...our Salute to America, Memorable Menu.

 
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Chocolate Mousse Flowerpots

For your table, a flowering mousse for spring.We are delighted to share a classic! Our friend, the brilliant Chef Jeffrey Nathan, provides a recipe for Chocolate Mousse Flowerpots – simple, irresistable and can be prepared dairy or parve. This delectable dessert is also the signature recipe at Abigael's in New York. Try it! Recipe from his book, Adventures in Jewish Cooking.

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Tabor Adama Chalk Soil- Sauvignon Blanc- A COOL wine!

Don't miss this delightful new kosher table wine from Israel's Tabor – light, refreshing, fruity and an excellent accompaniment to pasta, fish, chicken or a dairy meal. We tasted an ever so slight effervescence. This wine, served chilled, is perfect for the long hot summer! And, for those lucky northerners, it is available at Shop-rite!

 
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Recipe Request...

We have received a request from The Wink newsletter reader, E.H., for a Flan recipe using Nielsen-Massey Vanilla. Here is a wonderful recipe from their cookbook, A Century of Flavor, Nielsen-Massey Vanillas, for Flan Clásico De Vanilla, contributed by Chef Rick Bayless.

 
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