A new kosher wine revolution has begun in California. While today there are many good-to-great kosher wines available, a new effort is being made to bring previously unavailable varietals to the kosher marketplace.
The revolution includes exciting wines imported by a growing company called The River Wine, a relatively new importer led by husband and wife team
Many years ago, when I lived in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a friend of mine introduced me to her mother—an elegant woman named Julia Kronhill, who told me her amazing story. She and her husband, Jacob, had left their home in Lublin, Poland, and crossed the border to Lithuania on September 6, 1939, just after WWII started. They
The sun is shining, the birds are tweeting and the nights are warm. Isn’t it beautiful out there? While we are still in the summer, enjoying some refreshing rose and white wines, many of us are craving some nice red wines to go along with their grilled steaks, BBQ ribs and burgers. However, I also often hear complaints that red
Yogurt parfaits are such a delicious snack that everyone always wants to eat the whole thing. And now you can—even the bowl! This fun twist on a classic snack is easy to make, easy to eat and a great activity to work on with your kids. All you need is an apple, some yogurt and whatever toppings you want to put in for
When the sun is shining through your windows early in the morning, and you’ve already begun to feel the heat, breakfast options are drastically limited. Smoothies, yogurt and cold cereal can only be eaten so often before you find yourself in a rut. Starting off in the same manner each and every day can only cause boredom and monotony. A case of the
For many, if not most, people, the summer is easily the best time of the year for a well-deserved vacation and diverse outdoor activities.
The heat, the humidity and the type of food that we eat over the sunny season—all are elements to factor in when picking the wines that will offer the most
The pop-up restaurant phenomenon has taken the kosher world by storm, giving the world a taste of food that wasn’t previously even imaginable, and making it possible for kosher foodies to envision a life of delicious cuisine. From dorm rooms to street fairs to the actual restaurant venue, pop-ups have
The kebabs, which are eaten primarily in Sefardi homes or in Israel, come in various versions. The word kefta or kufta comes from the Syrian word kooftah, which is pounded meat.
The following lamb kabobs are loved by all when barbecued.
As we leap into the summer season and start thinking about lighter warmer-weather meals and the traditional dairy foods of Shavuot, kosher-wine lovers will once again be contemplating their white-wine options. Two grape varieties that have much to offer, both in terms of range and food pairing adaptability, are Chenin Blanc and
This Azerbaijani salad is a harbinger of summer anywhere in the world.
Azerbaijan is home to one of the oldest and most enigmatic Jewish communities in the world. Some say Jews arrived as early as the eighth century BCE from Persia; others say they came later, seeking a safe
According to a recent study, Rosé wine sales are growing at least 10 times faster than the growth of overall table-wine sales in the United States. In fact, “US retail sales of premium imported Rosé wines (those priced at or above $12 a bottle) grew by 41 percent on volume and 53 percent on value in recent years,”
The historical Wave Hill is partnering up with kosher restaurant Moss Cafe at North Riverdale’s beautiful gardens. Beginning on June 5 and on Sundays only, Moss Cafe will be serving its local, sustainable and made-from-scratch menu at The Cafe at Wave Hill. This is a pilot program that will extend into July. Moss Cafe, under the Va’ad