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Archive: March 2005

PASSOVER HELP FOR DIABETICS

Posted on March 17, 2005

We are sure that there will be an update to this resource issued this year, but it still makes good sense to check out last year’s Passover guide for Jewish Diabetics. Check out: http://www.jewishdiabetes.org/PesachApril2004En.pdf We have seen better examples of writing, but it says what it has to say and presents it all in a Continue Reading »

CILANTRO LIME MAYO

Posted on March 16, 2005

We had a huge hankering for poached salmon the other day. It might have been due to finding this recipe in the current issue of Bon Appetit magazine. Anyway, we tried it; we really liked it! In a food processor, blend the following five ingredients until the leaves are finely chopped. 1 cup of packed Continue Reading »

HEINEKEN LIGHT

Posted on March 15, 2005

Sometimes the press releases we receive are so good, we just run them here for you. This one will bring cheer to many a heart! This one came disguised as an AP story. AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) — Heineken NV said Friday it will introduce a low-calorie, low-carbohydrate beer branded with the Heineken name in the Continue Reading »

DOES A MOHEL CARRY A BRISKET?

Posted on March 14, 2005

We saw this recipe on a mail list to which we subscribe. It looked wonderful, so we tried it. Indeed, it was molto, molto bene! Give it a try, you will like it, too. SWEET AND SOUR BRISKET Source: Passover Treasurers Servings:24 1 [6 – 8 pound] beef brisket garlic powder salt, pepper 3 medium Continue Reading »

BACKSBERG PINOTAGE WINE

Posted on March 11, 2005

BACKSBERG PINOTAGE WINE Last year, Kedem introduced kosher consumers to the first kosher Pinotage from South Africa’s Backsberg Winery. Backsberg had long been famous for its wine, but they had never tried a kosher product. Pinotage is a wonderful wine. In many circles, it is the hot wine of the moment. The grape is a Continue Reading »

LOOK- IT’S A BAGEL! NO- IT’S A PEACH!

Posted on March 10, 2005

This news is so new, we can honestly say it is not even breaking news……… (Roll sound effects…) It looks like a bagel, but it is actually a peach! Starting in early summer, 2006, look for Galaxy peaches in a market near you. This new, sort of flat peach was bred in California. It looks Continue Reading »

THE GRAPPLE

Posted on March 9, 2005

Beware of a new product appearing now, or soon to appear, on a grocer’s shelf near you! A new apple has hit the market. Called a GRAPPLE, the new apple is actually grape flavored! To create the Grapple, the apple is marinated in grape juice. There is more to the process, but that pretty much Continue Reading »

APPLES MAY HELP PREVENT CANCER

Posted on March 8, 2005

According to a story reported in the Cornell Chronicle, an apple a day can help keep breast cancer away, according to a study in rats by food scientists at Cornell. “We found that tumor incidence was reduced by 17, 39 and 44 percent in rats fed the human equivalent of one, three or six apples Continue Reading »

WE CLAIM BRAGGING RIGHTS!

Posted on March 7, 2005

Monday, February 28, 2005: Kosher Today featured a story on the Pasta Factory in Teaneck. They gave it a great review, although it appears that they did not eat there. Had they read our review, they would have already known about the place. We were there back in September of ’04. And what’s the moral Continue Reading »

NEW YORK STATE KOSHER REGISTRY

Posted on March 3, 2005

New York State introduced a new kosher law this January. The new law is designed to help the consumer decide if a store’s kosher status is up to the customer’s personal standards or not. In New York State, an educated consumer is a kosher store’s best customer. The new law creates a registry, accesible on Continue Reading »