Kosher Catering Blog

How to Keep Kosher on a Trip
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  “Keeping kosher” means eating in accordance with the Biblical and Rabbinical laws. This includes refraining from eating animals which do not chew the cud and have completely cloven hooves, … Read More

How to Select a Kosher Caterer
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In today’s information age, one can find a wealth of information at one’s fingertips on one’s cellphone or laptop. Sometimes, too much information is confusing and making a choice becomes … Read More

Bar or Bat Mitzvah- Has the Significance Given Way to Party Time?
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A Jewish boy is considered to be a man at the age of thirteen and is from this age onwards responsible for himself in keeping to the Jewish Law. Bar … Read More

Cooking with Wine
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It might seem like the kind of cooking only the ultra fancy chefs on cooking based reality TV shows get up to, but cooking with wine is a great way … Read More

Cooking With Pomegranates
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The pomegranate is one of the oldest known fruit with high nutritional content. Pomegranates are well known for their health benefits, they can lower cholesterol and blood pressure. Regular use … Read More

Cooking with Apricots
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The Apricot or Prunus armeniaca is considered by many to be native to Armenia despite it being used by a lot of different cultures in a lot of other countries. … Read More

About Kosher Wine
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Kosher wine is produced under Jewish dietary laws and guidelines. Read more about the process for making kosher wine and how non-Jews may do this.

Kosher Vegetarian Tofu
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I was surfing the internet and came across an interesting recipe in www.confident-cook.com. It was posted by Hindy Garfinkel on June 30, 2012. I followed the instructions and the results … Read More

Mimouna-A Sephardic Jewis Tradition
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The Moroccan Jewish community celebrates the end of Passover with the traditional festival of Mimouna. It is a festival marking the transition from matzo to bread. The start of spring … Read More

The Post-Pesach Binge
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You have been good for eight days during Passover. It is now time to binge. Every family has their own tradition for celebrating the end of Passover, the first taste … Read More

Haroset, Sephardic Style Date – pareve versus Haroset, Ashkenazic – pareve
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Haroset, Sephardic Style Date – pareve This type of haroset is used by many different groups of Sephardim — North Africans, Iraqis, Iranians, and Afghans, among others. It is always … Read More

Yom Kipur and Rosh Hashana Food Recipes
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I read a great article in The Daytona Beach Journal, Oct 5, 2011, by  Denise Otoole Kelly. FoodEditor, titled—-  Morning foods ease the empty stomachs of Yom Kipur observors. The … Read More

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