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Kosher Pop-Ups Presents Teaneck’s Own ‘Pies and Fries’ and Froyo by Berrylicious

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Teaneck—Kosher Pop-Ups, a brainchild of David Rozner of Berrylicious, the Queens treat emporium, is popping up in Teaneck for Pesach! The restaurant, which will be based in the Avenue Event Space at 1382 Queen Anne Road, will feature an exciting array of non-gebrokts pizza and fries by Pies and Fries, froyo by...

Lipton Kosher’s Secret to Perfect Matzo Balls

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Englewood Cliffs—Ask any Jew with a Bubbe and they will tell you that their grandmother definitely takes the prize for the best matzo balls, or kneidels (kneidlech), as affectionately known in Yiddish. Lipton Kosher is out to make that a universal truth this Passover. Whether you prefer dense or fluffy, Lipton Kosher will help ensure that your matzo balls are just like your Bubbe’s.

Originating in Eastern Europe, the kneidel is one of the most timeless Passover symbols. It is a food steeped in years of Jewish tradition. In recent years the matzo ball has created quite a stir in the culinary world: Are matzo balls supposed to be sinkers or floaters? Is it a food to be modernized...

Drowning Out BDS With Israeli Wine

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Israel’s wine industry is thriving, and Israel’s wine exports remain largely very healthy. This is in spite of the fever-pitched efforts of the fiercely anti-Israel “Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions” (BDS) movement promoting international punitive economic policies against Israel, and consumer boycotts of Israeli goods. So far, good wine continues to trump such hate-based campaigns and the critical and consumer appreciation for Israeli wines continues to grow.

“Israeli wines remain an incredibly strong growth area in the kosher wine world,” says Jay Buchsbaum, VP Marketing and Director of Wine Education with the Royal Wine Corp., the largest producer, importer and...

In Good Spirits for Pesach

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Pesach comes with its many traditional dishes that most of us usually eat only during this holiday. However, most wines and spirits are enjoyed throughout the year with a few exceptions for this holiday such as Scotch, bourbon and beer, as these are not kosher for Pesach.

Fortunately, the selection of liquors that are kosher for Pesach is growing every year. Let’s take a closer look at some of those spirits.

The famous Zachlawi Distillery just released a handful of new products, each one more delicious than the next. The Citrus Splash is a refreshing and crisp vodka that excites the palate with flavors of lime, orange and grapefruit. Excellent on its own, it is a great...

Manischewitz® Partners With Welch’s® to Make Welch’s Manischewitz 100% Grape Juice

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Newark—Manischewitz®, America’s #1 kosher brand, is proud to announce a special partnership with Welch’s®, America’s #1 grape juice brand. Manischewitz and Welch’s have teamed up to offer consumers 100 percent grape juice, kosher for Passover and all year round. Welch’s Manischewitz Grape Juice is blended from a selection of the finest, fresh-pressed Concord grapes. Perfect for Passover and other celebrations, Welch’s Manischewitz 100% Grape Juice is offered in 64-oz. and 96-oz bottles. Welch’s Manischewitz Grape Juice is a nutritious and wholesome option for consumers that has no artificial ingredients, no artificial flavors, no artificial colors, no artificial...

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