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Cheese Please!

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The long-awaited return of high-quality kosher cheese is finally over. Mark Bodzin and his team at Vermont’s Shelburne Farm are once again taking orders for their “kosher cheese worth eating.” Due to popular demand, the cheese for this batch is Chalav Yisrael. Quantities are limited so order now.

Two years ago...

Recipe Revealed: Sababa’s Flavorful, Memorable Quinoa Salad

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Danny and Mali Mizrahi, owners of Sababa Grill in Teaneck, have long been known for the restaurant’s delectable, classic Middle Eastern menu and inspired, authentic Israeli cuisine. Accessible, affordable and unassuming, tucked away near Rocklin’s newsstand, Brier Rose Books and Butterflake Bake Shop on Cedar Lane, Sababa has often been called Teaneck’s best-kept secret since its opening in 2005. But those who are “in the know” know that Sababa is the first place to run for fabulous, fresh Shabbat takeout on Friday, a magnificent weeknight meal in minutes or catering of a dozen different kinds of events.

Some chefs are born and others are trained, and the Mizrahis are a...

Zayde’s Successful Pesach Kosher Catering Sets Stage for Central Florida’s Leading Glatt Kosher Caterer

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Orlando—For more than 600 guests from all over the US and elsewhere, the first-ever Passover program at the magnificent Rosen Plaza Hotel was a huge success. For Zayde’s Kosher Catering, it was the best proof that it is poised to become the leading glatt kosher caterer in Central Florida and beyond. The numbers of what it took to produce this remarkable result tell the story: 25,000 kosher meals, 40 staff members, 15 mashgichim and 7 chefs. For Executive Chefs Michael McMullen and Chef Jorge Oliveira, the challenge was to create world-class gourmet meals prepared in accordance with the highest kashrus standards, under the strict rabbinical supervision of both the Rabbinical...

Israeli Wines for Yom Ha’atzmaut

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One of the traditions of Yom Ha’atzmaut is the nearly mandatory BBQ, often referred to as the mitzvah of the day by the Israelis. A great BBQ is not complete without all the salads, grilled corn and fresh fruits. And of course, some delicious Israeli wines to pair with the plethora of food!

Having myself lived in Israel for many years, I have made it my personal custom to enjoy on Yom Ha’atzmaut some of the best wines produced by the many and very dynamic Israeli wineries.

Some wineries such as Carmel have played an important role in the history of the State of Israel. The first telephone ever in Israel was installed at Carmel winery even before the State was founded. As...

Mother’s Day Brunch: Grilled Asparagus Frittata

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Spring has sprung and asparagus is popping up everywhere. Here’s a delicious way to enjoy the bright green spears of spring.


3 tablespoons organic avocado oil, separated

8 large organic pastured eggs

4 large organic pastured egg whites

1 bunch asparagus (choose the sturdier-size spears)

Himalayan sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

Zest of one organic lemon, juice of 1/2 lemon

*freshly grated high-quality Parmesan cheese (optional)


1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Lightly grease a large pie pan (or muffin tins for mini frittatas) with 1 tablespoon avocado oil (you could substitute organic unrefined virgin coconut oil). Heat a grill pan or outdoor...

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