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Archive: January 2008

Posted on January 3, 2008

From Uncluttering your refrigerator’s crisper Apples: According to the Purdue Horticulture Dept., apples are best stored in plastic bags with air holes in a 30-32ËšF refrigerator. They recommend putting them on shelves instead of the crisper drawer to permit proper circulation and humidity. Do not freeze. Bananas: From Chiquita Banana, “To slow the ripening Continue Reading »


Posted on January 2, 2008

The following is from KOSHER TODAY (Monday, Dec. 31) Time Quick Cook Soups From Manischewitz By Eda Kram… With the launch of Time Quick Cook Soups, Manischewitz dry soups can now be prepared in only 20 minutes instead of the two hours. Each package is specially sealed with foil lining to keep the contents fresh, Continue Reading »


Posted on January 1, 2008

The following appeared on YNET and on the JTA on Monday, Dec. 31, 2007 Selling falafel to Eskimos Think it’s impossible to sell ice to Eskimos? Try selling falafel in Alaska? Tovit Nayzer Published: 12.31.07, 13:44 / Israel Culture If you compare Nadav Weiss, 30, to a salesperson selling ice to Eskimos, he will laugh. Continue Reading »