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Archive: May 2008

PEANUT BUTTER SILK PIE

Posted on May 30, 2008

This peanut butter silk pie has a graham cracker crust, a thin layer of fudge, and a cream cheese – peanut butter filling. Make this special and delicious dessert for any occasion. This recipe uses chocolate fudge cooked to soft ball stage, but you can use your own favorite fudge recipe. Peanut Butter Silk Pie Continue Reading »

CHOCOLATE, CHOCOLATE, CHOCOLATE

Posted on May 29, 2008

From this week’s Kosher Today comes this interesting review: Ultra-Premium Chocolate for New Roca Buttercrunch Thins By Eda Kram… Brown & Haley has launched new Roca Buttercrunch Thins, made with ultra-premium chocolates. Four varieties of Roca Buttercrunch Thins are being offered using two signature chocolates. The two Toffee Thins, Milk Toffee and Dark Toffee are Continue Reading »

NEW SLURPEE FLAVORS- NOT ALL ARE KOSHER

Posted on May 28, 2008

From the CRC comes this most important food alert about Slurpees: •Please be aware that these flavors are certified kosher dairy. Jolly Rancher Yo Cream *Watermelon Bubble Yum *Green Apple * These are not to be confused with the Fanta flavors, Sour Watermelon and Sour Apple, which are both certified kosher pareve. Twizzler Strawberry is Continue Reading »

AGRI AND THE OU

Posted on May 27, 2008

We have no connection to the Conservative movement, but we support their desire to see to it that companies who produce goods or food for the Jewish community be held to Toraitic standards of chesed. We are told to live by the commandments in the Torah, yet too often we find that people are real Continue Reading »

SO IT COMES TO THIS!

Posted on May 26, 2008

Way back when we were kids, if we wanted pancakes, we made pancakes. From scratch. It took a bunch of ingredients as well as some time. Then came ready made batter in a pourable container. Finally, even that became too much. It took too much time. The next thing we knew, we could buy ready Continue Reading »

MANNY ADDS A COMPANY

Posted on May 23, 2008

Manischewitz(R) Announces Strategic Investment in Cuisine Innovations, LLC SECAUCUS, N.J., May 19 /PRNewswire/ — R.A.B. Food Group, LLC, the owner of Manischewitz,(R) today announces a significant investment in Cuisine Innovations, LLC. While continuing to operate separately from Manischewitz(R), this investment brings together two leading branded kosher and specialty food organizations and solidifies R.A.B. Food Group’s Continue Reading »

VEGGIE FOODS AND SALT

Posted on May 21, 2008

From Food Production Daily Salty veggie products cause concern By Laura Crowley 19-May-2008 – The salt content of vegetarian sausages and burgers can often be the same as, or even higher than, their meaty equivalents, according to a recent survey. The UK’s Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH) released its findings, which suggest vegetarian Continue Reading »

AMAZING MENU

Posted on May 20, 2008

In order to protect the guilty, we shall not mention the name of the restaurant whence these menu mistakes come. Just know that this is exactly as they appear on the menu at that restaurant. Spelling, punctuation and spacing are exactly as they appear on the menu: Lamb back ribs For all you lamb lovers Continue Reading »

BEST EVER NAME FOR A KOSHER PRODUCT

Posted on May 19, 2008

This article came from last week’s Kosher Today: When Pigs Fly to Produce Kosher Bread Brookline, Mass…Shoppers in this Jewish neighborhood will soon be able to buy fresh kosher breads from…When Pigs Fly. According to co-owner Andrew Siegel, the Maine-based bakery, which offers delicious and dense loaves, is scheduled to open in Brookline on June Continue Reading »

HOLY MACKEREL- LOOK AT ALL THE SUGAR!

Posted on May 15, 2008

Fruit Smoothies When you take fruit plus low-fat frozen yogurt and a blender, you’re guaranteed a healthy dessert, or even a fiber-rich breakfast, right? Well, it’s not as simple as that. Smoothies like Orange Julius’s small Tropical flavor, which has 350 calories and 7 fat grams, often serve up a lot of sugar (49 grams) Continue Reading »