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Thanksgiving From Manischewitz

 

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With Thanksgiving Thursday fast approaching and an endless shopping list on our mind, Manischewitz is introducing some fantastic new products to make our Thanksgiving holiday (a little easier).  While they can’t tell you where Uncle Max should sit or how to carve your turkey, these new products promise to make things a little less stressful in the kitchen this time of year.


 

‘My Grandmother’s Ravioli’ Will...

 

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The new show, ‘My Grandma’s Ravioli’ debuts on October 24th on the Cooking Channel.   The show will follow, Mo Rocca as he learns treasured family recipes from grandparents across the country.  Mo grew up on his grandmother’s ravioli and although the memories will never be forgotten, the recipes are.  In each 30-minute episode, Mo will learn from other people’s grandparents how to make traditional specialties from their families.

In the first episode Mo visits 76-year-old spitfire grandmother Ruth Teig in Scarsdale, NY for a lesson in classic Jewish cuisine.  He will learn to make kreplach, gefilte fish from scratch and coffee cake.  Ruth includes family anecdotes and gives Mo a hilarious tutorial in Yiddish expressions.  As a holocaust survivor, Ruth shares her true appreciation for all the wonderful things in life and we look forward to watching her.


 

The First Kosher Food Bloggers Conference To Be...

 

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The first Kosher Food Blogger (KFB) Conference, coming to New York on November 12, 2012, is an event not to be missed. An all-star lineup of experts including our very own, Jamie Geller, are ready to show food bloggers, brands and foodies how to build a better brand, blog and audience and turn that passion into profit.

The KFB Conference brings together well-recognized food bloggers and professionals and makes them accessible to conference participants. Speakers are chosen for the experience and innovative thinking that they bring to the kosher food blogging community. The Conference programming is built around the topics that are crucial for building an education on social media, photography, writing, branding, marketing, and technology in our current environment.


 

CBS To Explore The Relationship Between Food and...

 

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CBS will begin broadcasting a show called “Food, Faith, and Culture” next week.

This program looks at the relationship between food and faith in three world religions: Judaism, Islam and Sikhism.


 

Saying Good Bye

 

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No furniture?  No problem.  Leave it to Jamie Geller to make moving look easy.  Two weeks after the lift left with her family’s furniture, Jamie and her husband Nachum invited friends and family to a farewell barbeque before her family’s aliyah to Israel next week.

Shoshana Neiman from Ambiance Events planned the party and chose a soft yellow and white color scheme to convey a warm, summery feeling.  The whole event came together effortlessly thanks to Shoshana’s help even though rain threatened and they had to move the party inside with much anxiety over fitting so many people in such a small place.  They nixed the large tables and lined the chairs up against the wall, you would never have known there were 100 people there.


 

New Kosher Restaurant In SoHo – Jezebel

 

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The new kosher restaurant in SoHo has created such a buzz that there was a huge article a few weeks ago in the Wall Street Journal on the New York City kosher restaurant scene.  The new restaurant, Jezebel, is hoping to find a place in the high end, hip restaurant scene that has made Prime KO so successful.  Recently, I visited Prime KO, a kosher Japanese steakhouse on the Upper West Side, late on a Saturday night.  The place was packed and I was surprised by how many didn’t fit any obvious Jewish stereotype — many of the patrons were not even Jewish, let alone kosher!  Prime KO simply serves great food and a fun atmosphere that attracts all kinds of people.

Jezebel in SoHo is the first restaurant for B&Y Hospitality, standing for British and Yiddish, and the owners, Senderowicz and Stimler, hope to bring kosher up to a whole new level.  Starting with the decor, they have infused the space with a Jewish theme.  They showcase family heirlooms and black and white photos that pay homage to their families.  As well as original artwork featuring Jewish icons superimposed in place of the original visage of famoust portraits – Mayor Bloomberg as George Washington, for instance.


 

Artisinal Food – What Does It Mean?

 

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It seems like I can’t walk down one aisle in the supermarket or drive down one street without seeing the word “artisan.” Domino’s has a new line of artisan pizzas, Dunkin Donuts has a new line of artisan bagels, and Tostitos has a line of artisan tortilla chips. What’s with this new trend, and what does it really mean?

Literally, an artisan is a skilled craftsman or worker. In the context of food, artisan usually refers to an item of food that is handcrafted, rather than mass-produced. Until recently, the term “artisan” was mostly used for bread; artisan bread is prepared in smaller batches, with special attention to the quality and number (the fewer, the better) of ingredients, the process, and a return to bread with a tougher texture than its preservative-enhanced store-bought counterparts.


 

Best Of The Web – Ice Cream

 

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This week we shared a lot about Ice Cream, it is June.  Just in case you missed anything, here are the best ice cream articles and recipes from our site this week.  Then below, we explored the web to find a few more outlandish ice cream related recipes – take a look.


 

Best of The Web – Chefs and Kitchens

 

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This week, a short one for us all, our most popular article took us into the kitchen at ETC. Steakhouse.   We got to see what happens behind the scenes and take home some recipes to try out ourselves.  We also delighted in pictures of a modern kitchen to get design ideas.  Take a look at a few other fun articles we want to make sure you didn’t miss.  Then we found secret restaurant recipes around the web and more gorgeous kitchens as well as a few fun recipes.


 

Tonight at 10pm – A Few of My Favorite...

 

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Jamie is back on television with all new episodes.  Tune in tonight at 10pm EST to watch Jamie cook up her Quick & Kosher meals.

Tonight’s episode is A Few of My Favorite Recipes Part 2 Featuring:


 

Tonight at 10pm – A Few of My Favorite...

 

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Jamie is back on television with all new episodes.  Tune in tonight at 10pm EST to watch Jamie cook up her Quick & Kosher meals.

Tonight’s episode is A Few of My Favorite Recipes Part 1 Featuring:


 

Best of The Web – Cheese

 

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This week all our thoughts turned towards Shavuot, which is only one week away now.  The three day (for most of us not living in Israel) holiday that is fast approaching.  Here on JOK we brought out the cheese plate, we helped you construct one for an appetizer or serve cheese for dessert.  The Cheese Guy gave us a cheese primer and we had so many wonderful lessons to get ready for Shavuot, from blintzes to cheesecake to surviving a 3 day yom tov.  Here are the top 5 articles form the week on our site and below that we scoured the internet for cheesey recipes for more inspiration.


 

Tonight at 10pm – Comfort Food

 

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Jamie is back on television with all new episodes.  Tune in tonight at 10pm EST to watch Jamie cook up her Quick & Kosher meals.

Tonight’s episode is Comfort Foods featuring:


 

Best of the Web – Mother’s Day

 

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Looking back this week we have so many great articles for Lag BaOmer (hope everyone had fun yesterday) and for Mother’s Day coming up on Sunday.  Here are some articles we want o make sure you didn’t miss from our site and below that are some fabulous Mother’s Day recipe ideas from the around the web.

Potato Pancakes with Guacamole and Poached Eggs