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Archive: March 2011

KOSHER FOR PASSOVER POTABLES

Posted on March 18, 2011

KOSHER FOR PESACH SPIRITS (THE DRINK, NOT THE GHOSTS) There are some notable potables out there for Pesach. Here are a few: Cognac Montaigne, Napoleon a sweet brandy, very fruity Cognac Louis Royer, VSOP smooooth finish, medium bodied Distillery 209, Gin, Passover edition taste the juniper, citrus and a hint of allspice Casa Vieja, Tequila Continue Reading »

BRATS IN BEER!

Posted on March 17, 2011

We have told you about the fine products put out by Jack’s Gourmet Delicious and Kosher. Jack’s Sweet Italian Sausage is our all time favorite, but frankly we like Jack’s other flavors as well. Recently, we had their Bratwurst. Now, the best way to cook brats is to boil them in beer. So we cried Continue Reading »

THIRD STREET ICED TEA CONCENTRATES

Posted on March 16, 2011

There are four wonderful flavors of this Scroll-K certified product. Each 32 ounce bottle makes two gallons of organic iced tea. In just seconds you can enjoy a long, cool artisan brewed tea. Flavors include: Mint Green, Pomegranate Green, Peach Black and Unsweetened Tea. The mint green is perfect on a hot day. Come to Continue Reading »

SHH! CAFFEINE IS HIDING!

Posted on March 15, 2011

FROM PHIL LEMPERT, SUPERMARKET GURU Food Sense Caffeine, Where’s it Hiding? There are many sources of caffeine available to us on a daily basis, some may be obvious and others less so. According to experts, more people are using caffeine as an energy boost than ever before. Johns Hopkins University researchers believe that about 250 Continue Reading »

WARM CHICKEN PITA POCKETS

Posted on March 14, 2011

Warm Chicken-Spinach Pita Pockets by Meghan Pembleton Special for The Republic 1 whole pita round, 1/4 teaspoon olive oil 1/2 teaspoon fat-free honey mustard 2 ounces thinly sliced deli chicken breast (kosher, of course!) 3 cups fresh baby spinach Heat oil in a large non-stick skillet over medium heat. Warm pita about 30 seconds per Continue Reading »

KOSHER RICOLA ITEMS

Posted on March 11, 2011

The following Ricola items are recommended by the CRC: Green Tea with Echinacea (sugar free), Honey Herb, Honey Lemon with Echinacea, Lemon Mint (sugar free), Lemon Mint, Lemon Verbena, Menthol (sugar free), Mountain Herb (sugar free), Natural Herb (original). Only these items are recommended. They do not necessarily require a special kosher sticker on the Continue Reading »

KOSHER FOR PESACH SPIRITS (THE DRINK, NOT THE GHOSTS)

Posted on March 10, 2011

There are some notable potables out there for Pesach. Here are a few: Cognac Montaigne, Napoleon a sweet brandy, very fruity Cognac Louis Royer, VSOP smooooth finish, medium bodied Distillery 209, Gin, Passover edition taste the juniper, citrus and a hint of allspice Casa Vieja, Tequila Anejo, Passover edition gold colored, pleasantly pungent Binyamina, Limoncello Continue Reading »

COCONUT OIL ROASTED SWEET POTATOES

Posted on March 10, 2011

In the DINING OUT/DINING IN section of the NY Times (Weds, March 2nd), there was an article about the startling come back of coconut oil. The article included this recipe: 1 1/2 tablespoons virgin coconut oil 1 3/4 pounds sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1/2 inch chunks 2 teaspoons of light brown sugar, packed Continue Reading »

CARBS, SEROTONIN AND CRAVINGS

Posted on March 9, 2011

FROM PHIL LEMPERT- SUPERMARKET GURU What is it about the late afternoon, around 4 or 5 pm, that changes many of us from rational, in control, efficient, clear thinking, energetic people into grumpy, irritable and exhausted — and the only cure seems to be carbohydrate rich foods – like sweet or starchy snacks. Well both Continue Reading »

FARFEL STUFFED BREAST OF VEAL

Posted on March 8, 2011

Yes, we know- not every one eats veal. But, for those who do, here is a great recipe for stuffed breast of veal: Farfel is most prevalent in Jewish cuisine. prep time: 30 min. bake: 1¾ hours plus standing servings 8 Ingredients 1 bone-in veal breast with pocket (8 pounds) 5kg 2 celery ribs, chopped Continue Reading »