FROM PHIL LEMPERT, SUPERMARKET GURU So what’s a wheat-free, gluten-free, allergy friendly shopper supposed to choose when shopping for grains in the supermarket? Well, luckily gluten free and wheat free are gaining shelf space in the supermarket, including breads, crackers and cookies, which are all notoriously ‘wheaty’ and gluten containing foods. So if these products Continue Reading »
FROM PHIL LEMPERT, SUPERMARKET GURU Spring is here! And farmers markets across the country are popping up with fresh spring veggies. Shopping at farmers markets allows us to choose from fresh farm picked local produce, to get to know our farmers and where our food is coming from, shop and eat seasonally, and sometimes even Continue Reading »
Those fine folks over at American Roland Food have come up with a winner! It used to be that flavored couscous was a biggie for our family. Then, gasp, we grew jaded. But, not no more! Roland has five flavors of OU Quinoa for your delectation: Garden Vegetable Toasted Sesame Ginger Mediterranean Roasted Garlic Black Continue Reading »
Passover Lunch Ideas Frittatas — baked Italian omelets made with eggs, vegetables and parmesan cheese — are packed with flavor, and particularly delicious at room temperature. Make one the night before (or, if you’re an early riser, in the morning before work) and portion it out. Use mostly egg whites to save on fat and Continue Reading »
Let us pause for a moment to wish all of us a most joyous holiday, may our pesach be kasher ‘vsameach! Each of us has private memories of seders past- cherish them. Oh, and make sure that your current seders will create new cherished memories. What more can we say? Thank you to all our Continue Reading »
FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO LIVE ON LONG ISLAND, HERE ARE SOME PASSOVER BAKED GOODS THAT WILL KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF! My Chocolate Sunflower Presents our I Can’t Believe it’s Not Chametzr Pesach Desserts For those tired of Mediocre Pesach Desserts Chocolate is the Answer!!! (Does it Really Matter What the Question is?) We have Continue Reading »
We recently saw a posting on Kashrut.org concerning oils on Pesach. The Rabbis there say that safflower, walnut,and rapeseed (ie, canola) oils are kosher for Pesach without a passover certification. We agree.
FROM CHEF ANDREA IN THE UTJ’S SOUTHERN TEST KITCHEN Viennese Chocolate Torte The cake is very rich. A small piece goes a long way. 10 eggs, separated 10 heaping Tablespoons sugar (about 1 cup) 8 ounces walnuts, finely ground 2-1/2 Tablespoons matzoh meal 6 ounces melted semi-sweet chocolate Combine egg yolks and sugar. Add chocolate Continue Reading »
According to the OU (and we do agree), frozen fish that contains ANY ingredient other than fish (except for water and salt) must have P certification. Fresh or frozen fish that contains no other ingredients beyond the fish (except for water and salt) may be used for Pesach with no special P certification.
The OP hot line opens on Monday, April 11th. We close on April 17th. Phone 1 888 MATZAH 1 (use the 9 for the z). Operators are standing by…………………..