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Wave Hill and Moss Cafe Partner to Offer Kosher Options to Patrons

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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...

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...

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...

Great Wines for a Great Pesach

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Many new wines have been released recently, offering a large array of choices for the occasional drinker and the more sophisticated palate alike. Big, bold, dry red wines; light, refreshing whites and roses or delightfully sweet wines, the selection is larger and more diversified than ever.

For the seder, many have the custom to drink only red wines. Thankfully, there is no shortage of good red wines out there so let’s put the emphasis on some new and interesting ones.

To start with, the delightful Baron Herzog Rose of Cabernet Sauvignon, one of the latest additions to Royal Wine’s portfolio. With its shining cherry color and tantalizing aromas of strawberries and currants...

Herzog Releases the New Variations Oak Series: An Exclusive New Concept

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Battle of the Barrels is the theme that was chosen for the new Herzog Variations Oak series. Following the successful Variations series released last year, which highlighted the famous Herzog Winery in California, they are releasing a brand new series comprising two wines that were made based on a seemingly simple concept. The winery sourced the grapes in the North Coast, from a plot of high-quality Cabernet Sauvignon in Beckstoffer Vineyards, famous for the world-renowned To Kalon Vineyard, considered among the best in California.  The vines there are well drained, growing in red volcanic soil. Beckstoffer is among the pioneers of drip irrigation and has played a significant role in...

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