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FROM CREATIVEJEWISHMOM.COM Ingredients: eggplants, traditionally this dish is made with long narrow eggplants olive oil, or olive oil spray parsley for garnish garlic tomato paste vinegar cumin salt pepper Preparation: The eggplant reduces in size greatly, so use at least 3 eggplants or the results will be minuscule! Slice eggplants in 1/4″ thick or a […]
In: General Topics, Holidays, Kosher Kitchen, Kosher Recipes
Just a friendly reminder that due to a shortage of slaughterhouse availability this summer, there will be a fall off in the production of glatt kosher meat for the chagim. The result? Prices will zoom into the stratosphere. Buy now and freeze the meat. You’ll thank us later.
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PRESS RELEASE Jim Beam’s twice-barreled Double Oak bourbon, new from Deerfield, Ill.-based Beam Suntory Inc., takes a cue from scotch’s often multi-barreled approach, taking bourbon aging to a different level. Offering a richer flavor than standard Jim Beam, the Kentucky straight bourbon is aged four years in freshly charred new American Oak barrels, then transferred […]
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The following article appeared in KOSHER TODAY (JULY 11) The upshot of the article is that meat prices will, once again, shoot sky high for yom tov. As the late Gilda Radner used to say, “If it’s not one thing, it’s something else. It’s always something else.” Last year it was the drought. This year […]