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Archive: January 2008

WHOLE FOOD SIGNATURES

Posted on January 17, 2008

We have no clue if any of this is true or not. We have our doubts, but it looks good. Someone sent this to us, so we pass it along: Whole Food Signatures Referred to in the classical period of Rome as the “Law of Similarities” it is now called by scientists, “Teleological Nutritional Targeting”. Continue Reading »

GIVE US SOME SUGAR, HON!

Posted on January 16, 2008

It used to be you had two choices: sugar or artificial sweetener that left a bad taste in your mouth. Then the artificial sweeteners began to proliferate: the pink packet, the yellow packet, the blue packet, the green packet…. (Ok, we made up that last one. Or at least we think we made it up. Continue Reading »

NEW FROM NIKKI

Posted on January 15, 2008

We have always liked Nikki’s cRc certified cookies. They tend to be quite delish, and a crowd pleaser. Now Nikki introduces BUTTERFLY cookies. Shaped like little butterflies, these are cinnamon and sugar shortbread cookies. And you know what they say about shortbread: mama’s little babies love shortening, shortening: mama’s little babies love shortening bread! The Continue Reading »

REDMOND REAL SALT

Posted on January 14, 2008

At one or another food show that we attended, we got a sample of Redmond Real Salt. This OU certified salt sat on the dining room table for quite some time. And then one evening we were enjoying the first winter soup of the season and realized that it needed salt. As we never add Continue Reading »

POTATOES LYONNAISE

Posted on January 11, 2008

Potatoes Lyonnaise From the Idaho Potato Commission Jan. 9, 2008 12:00 AM 3 large Russet potatoes, peeled and cubed 2 small onions, sliced 2 tablespoons margarine or butter 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon pepper 1/8 teaspoon paprika Combine all ingredients in a deep 3-quart microwave-safe casserole dish. Cover with microwavable plastic Continue Reading »

HONEYDEW MELON JUICE

Posted on January 10, 2008

The following appeared in this week’s KOSHER TODAY. New Product Showcase Elite Naturel/Organic Juice USA Introduces Elite Naturel Honeydew Melon Juice By Eda Kram… Elite Naturel/Organic Juice USA introduced their new 100% certified organic Honeydew Melon Juice. Rich with carotenoids which is an anti-aging supplement that helps to improve the body’s immune system. Elite Naturel Continue Reading »

GLATT ON DEMAND

Posted on January 9, 2008

Our good friends over on Kosher Blog wrote about this wonderful company back in June. Shame on us for not picking up the ball!! Glatt on demand is a super service. You know they must be great when you read the reviews people have written and discover that right here in NYC, people get meat Continue Reading »

POM-ADE FOR ADULTS

Posted on January 8, 2008

1 cup of lemonade 1/2 cup of club soda 1/4 cup pomegranate juice 2 tablespoons of vodka ice cubes Mix lemonade, soda, vodka and pomegranate juice in a small pitcher. Fill two tall glasses with ice. Pour drink over ice and into glass. Sit back, sip and say, “ahhhhhhhhhh.”

SWEET CUCUMBER AND RADDISH SALAD

Posted on January 7, 2008

1 large cuke (about a pound) 1 bunch of raddishes 1/4 cup cider vinegar 1 1/2 tablespoons of sugar 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil Peel the cukes first! Then slice lengthwise into two pieces. Then slice the cuke half into 1/4 inch pieces. (cut crosswise) Cut each raddish into 8 wedges. Bring vinegar, sugar, 1/4 Continue Reading »

HEADACHES FROM LIGHT BULBS

Posted on January 4, 2008

We thought that this piece was important enough to reprint here, even though it is not at all about matters kosher………….. Energy-Saving Bulbs Causing Migraine Headaches Posted Jan 2nd 2008 10:08AM by Tim Stevens Filed under: Green Tech Compact fluorescent bulbs, the twisted looking replacement lights that use as little as one fourth the power Continue Reading »