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Archive: February 2007

SUBWAY GOES KOSHER IN BROOKLYN

Posted on February 28, 2007

SUBWAY(R) Opens Kosher Restaurant in Brooklyn Friday February 23, 3:46 pm ET – New Yorkers Can Now Eat Fresh(TM) and Eat Kosher – MILFORD, Conn., Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ — The SUBWAY® restaurant chain is pleased to announce the opening of its first kosher location in the New York City area. This marks the sandwich franchise’s Continue Reading »

RABBI LIEBERMAN YAHRZEIT LECTURE

Posted on February 27, 2007

24th Yahrzeit of Rabbi Professor Saul Lieberman, z”l Date – Wednesday, 9 Nisan, March 28, 6:30 p.m. Speaker: Dr. Lawrence Schiffman, Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies at NYU Topic: “Saul Lieberman on the Dead Sea Scrolls: A Reappraisal” Place: Congregation Ramath Orah, 550 West 110th Street, Manhattan (There is a parking garage across the Continue Reading »

WE CAN ONLY HOPE THAT IT WON'T BE KOSHER!!

Posted on February 26, 2007

Milk plus beer equals… bilk? Posted Feb 16th 2007 10:29AM by Nicole Weston Filed under: Beer, Dairy, Far East, Food Oddities, Islands, New Products Milk consumption in Japan is steadily declining and there seems to be no drop in production, which means that there is a lot of extra milk that needs to be disposed Continue Reading »

SPICED WINE FOR PURIM

Posted on February 23, 2007

If you have never had warm, spiced wine, you are missing out on a real treat. We often serve spiced wine at our Purim Seudah………. INGREDIENTS: 2 bottles dry red wine (kosher wine, of course) 1/2 cup corn syrup 1/2 cup honey 1/2 cup water Peel from one orange 1 cinnamon stick 1/4 tsp. ground Continue Reading »

A PASSOVER WITH FEWER CARBS

Posted on February 22, 2007

This article comes from the Feb 20th edition of Kosher Today. Retailers Say They’re Responding to Weight Conscious Consumers for Passover By Sarah Cohen… New York, NY… After KosherToday’s report (2/12/07) of growing demand for diet products and programs, many retailers reported that they are carrying an unprecedented selection of healthier weight loss kosher for Continue Reading »

COST OF CALORIES PART TWO

Posted on February 21, 2007

COST OF CALORIES PART TWO COST OF CALORIES PART TWO Cost of 200 Calories: Over $1.00 Sliced Toasted Almonds $1.11 Bailey’s Irish Cream $1.20 Canned Green Peas $1.33 Red Onions $1.35 Apples $1.43 Peanut Butter PowerBar $1.52 Fried Bacon $1.65 Kiwi Fruit $1.93 Broccoli $1.93 Splenda Artificial Sweetener $2.01 Honeydew Melon $2.18 Dried Apricots $2.19 Continue Reading »

EVEN LESS CHOICE IN THE MARKET

Posted on February 20, 2007

Recently, Empire chicken has been advertising in the Anglo Jewish press its new, supposedly fool proof (and presumably scandal proof, too) chicken packages. In order to protect us from another scandal along the lines of the Monsey Chicken Scandal, Empire proposes to only sell chicken in sealed bags. Each bag will also feature a hologram Continue Reading »

HANDY TIPS FOR ALL OF LIFE

Posted on February 18, 2007

HANDY TIPS FOR ALL OF LIFE Our favorite TV detective, Kojel, used to ask everyone, “Who loves you, baby?” Well, we do the same! Who loves you? The Kosher Nexus loves you! Check out this really handy, dandy tips for getting through the minutae of daily travail in the kitchen…………… 1. Stuff a miniature kosher Continue Reading »

New Look

Posted on February 18, 2007

Well… we have a new look. As the web changes, so does the Kosher Nexus. This updated version of the Kosher Nexus will allow us to extend ourselves into the future. As time goes by, we may change a few things, add new features and make the Kosher Nexus site your first stop in the Continue Reading »

HOW MUCH IS THAT CALORIE IN THE WINDOW?

Posted on February 16, 2007

“We found a most interesting web site that shows how much calories actually cost in different foods.  We thought you might enjoy seeing the chart: Cost of 200 Calories: Less than 50 cents Canola Oil $0.07 Wheat flour $0.07 Brown Sugar $0.10 Peanut Butter $0.17 Cornmeal $0.20 Uncooked Pasta $0.21 Glazed Donut $0.23 Butter $0.24 Continue Reading »