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Archive: February 2012

EAT HERE, GET GAS

Posted on February 15, 2012

Ok, this one is not about food, but it is about gasoline prices going up yet again. Drivers beware. Get ready for another round of pain at the pump: $4 (or higher) gasoline. By Jessica Hill, AP After rising 19 cents a gallon in the past four weeks, regular unleaded gasoline now averages $3.48 a Continue Reading »

LOVE DAY CHOCOLATES

Posted on February 14, 2012

In Israel, they call it Love Day and it is a big deal of sorts. Here in the USA, we call it Valentine’s Day and pretty much ignore it. OTOH, our frum kids who live in Israel like the idea of going out to eat on Love Day (why not- daddy pays!). Well, here in Continue Reading »

COLORS AND FLAVORS- A PRIMER

Posted on February 13, 2012

FROM PHIL LEMPERT- SUPERMARKET GURU Colors and Flavors: What You Need to Know Flavors We have all seen the products on the shelves boasting “made with natural flavors” in big bold letters – but what does this mean? What unnatural flavors were they using previously? Artificially flavored with what? The Code of Federal Regulations defines Continue Reading »

LONG ISLAND KOSHER CATERER ACCUSED OF SERVING TREFE

Posted on February 12, 2012

FROM THE ORTHODOX PAPER: VIN Melville, NY – Exclusive Kosher Caterer Accused Of Serving Non-Kosher Food Published on: Today 01:22 PM News Source: VIN News by Sandy Eller Melville, NY – The chef and general manager of a large Long Island based kosher catering company have filed court papers charging the owner with serving non-kosher Continue Reading »

TROPICAL PEPPER CO.- MANGO COCONUT PEPPER SAUCE

Posted on February 10, 2012

We came across a bottle of this stuff in our local supermarket. It carries an OK hechsher. Figuring, hey, why not, it’s kosher, we bought a bottle. Boy are we glad we did!! This is some amazing condiment! The coconut gives it a sweet taste, the mango a slightly piquant taste and the peppers are Continue Reading »

ROMBOUTS ONE CUP COFFEE FILTER

Posted on February 9, 2012

Rombouts One Cup Coffee Filter Do you hate brewing a whole pot of coffee, when all you want or need is just one, maybe two cups of coffee? “Rombouts” filters are the perfect solution. Rombouts One Cup Filters are so quick and easy to use: you don’t need any coffee making equipment, just boiling water. Continue Reading »

IT AIN’T YOUR MOTHER’S MANISCHEWITZ NO MO’!

Posted on February 8, 2012

FROM KOSHER TODAY, JAN 30, 2012 Reinvented Manischewitz Pursues Health & Wellness Market Newark, NJ…Paul Bensebat and Alain Bankier have used their marketing genius to reinvent the 133-year old Manischewitz. Originally known for its Matzohs and then by Americans of all backrounds for its wines (i.e. famous ad campaign of Manischewitz – Man-O-Manischewitz), the Manischewitz Continue Reading »

NUTELLA COOKIES

Posted on February 7, 2012

FROM THE TASTY KITCHEN BLOG The main ingredient is Nutella but there’s only 3 more ingredients in this recipe for a simple chocolate cookie. Preparation Instructions Preheat oven to 350 F. Blend all ingedients together well. Form into 1″ balls. Place on a cookie sheet. Press down firmly with the bottom of a glass. Bake Continue Reading »

SKILLET OR GRILL IT- SEASONINGS AND RUB

Posted on February 6, 2012

Skillet or Grill It™ Seasoning Blends This product features herb and spice blends designed to make it simple for home chefs to create 4-star meals packed with robust, restaurant quality flavors. Specially formulated by our chefs to make the most of stovetop skillet meals or grilling. With recipes and support information on our web site Continue Reading »

PAULA DEEN AND DIABETES

Posted on February 3, 2012

FROM AZCENTRAL.COM Food Network star Paula Deen, announcing that she will be a paid spokeswoman for a diabetes-drug manufacturer, revealed this week that she has had type 2 diabetes for three years. Her news unleashed a question, frequently expressed in the days since: Can people hoping to control the disease eat the deep-fried cheesecake, the Continue Reading »