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Archive: May 2005

WARNING WILL ROBINSON!!!

Posted on May 17, 2005

We have the inside scoop! Roll sound effects, please….. Breaking News from the Kosher Nexus Blog: There will be an incredible shortage of wild blueberries this year. That is not due to nature but rather to excessive demand for what can now be seriously called “Maine’s Blue Caviar.” The wild blueberry crop is never huge Continue Reading »

TELL THEM TO LOWER THE VOLUME!

Posted on May 16, 2005

We took some wonderful, visiting out-of-town guests to Le Bistro (in Great Neck) for dinner the other night. It was a Wednesday night and somewhat late when we arrived. The place was not very full. We settled into our seats in anticipation of another superlative Bistro dinner. Alas it was not to be! Don’t get Continue Reading »

SHMULKA’S ON 41st

Posted on May 13, 2005

The Lasko family has announced a new all you can eat, Glatt kosher buffet in Miami Beach! Located at 4101 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, the restaurant will offer a salad bar, Deli, Chinese, Italian, Bubby’s Cuisine, and a beautiful Viennese dessert display. The buffet will be open from Sunday through Thursdays, from 5:00 to Continue Reading »

NO MATTER WHAT YOU CALL IT……..

Posted on May 12, 2005

……… You can call it Buckwheat or Buckwheat Groats or you can call it Bulger or Bulger wheat or you can call it Kasha! But no matter what you call it, we call it incredibly versatile! We all know that Wolff’s kasha is a staple on every kosher grocer’s shelf. But did you know that Continue Reading »

KELLOGG’S WHOLE GRAIN TIGER POWER

Posted on May 11, 2005

Recently, General Mills began selling whole grain cereals. We knew Kellogg’s couldn’t be far behind, and we were correct! Kellogg’s proudly introduces Tiger Power Whole Grain Cereal. The spokescharacter for the cereal is none other than, you guessed it- Tony the Tiger! The new cereal will be able to take advantage of the new FDA Continue Reading »

TOO EASY BERRY COBBLER

Posted on May 10, 2005

We got this one from the pages of Southern Living magazine. True to the recipe’s name, it is just way too easy to make. We tried it and the kids actually liked it- even Mikey! 1 (21-ounce) can blueberry pie filling 2 (10-ounce) packages frozen whole strawberries, unthawed 1/4 cup all-purpose flour, divided 1 teaspoon Continue Reading »

‘SHROOM FLAVORED STIX

Posted on May 9, 2005

TERRA presents Wild Mushroom Medley. The company says the mix is, “exotic vegetables seasoned with mushroom, onion and garlic.” There are not many salty snack foods in this country that are mushroom flavored. In fact, although there may be some, we can’t think of any! Terra is made by Hain-Celestial Group of Uniondale, NY. The Continue Reading »

HEINZ AND THE TALKING LABELS

Posted on May 6, 2005

You may have seen the new Heinz Ketchup labels already. Then again, maybe you have not! Heinz North America has launched new, Limited Celebrity Edition labels. This is Heinz’s latest attempt to attract consumers via catchy label phrases. Four celebs have been chosen to put their words on a Heinz label: Lindsay Lohan, William Shatner, Continue Reading »

CRANBERRY SAUCE- IT AIN’T JUST FOR TURKEY DAY!

Posted on May 5, 2005

Ocean Spray has announced new packaging for cranberry sauce. Now it comes in a squeeze bottle for easy dispensing. Look for ads that will stress the usability of cranberry sauce as a condiment on burgers, with cheese, on chix nuggets and on sandwiches.

NEW KOSHER CHEESES

Posted on May 4, 2005

KOSHER TODAY ran this story on Monday, May 3, 2005: Five New Cheese Flavors from Wild Oats Market Wild Oats Markets, Inc., a leading national natural organic foods retailer, has added five new, natural cheeses to its offering of artisan cheeses: White Cheddar with Chipotle, White Cheddar with Roasted Garlic and Green Onion, Monterey Jack Continue Reading »