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Man-O-Manischewitz Cook-Off : HURRY! Time is...

 

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ONE WEEK LEFT TO ENTER!!

Celebrity Chef Claire Robinson to Host the
6th Annual Man-O-Manischewitz Cook-Off!


 

6th Annual Man-O-Manischewitz Cook-Off!

 

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Celebrity Chef Claire Robinson to Host the
6th Annual Man-O-Manischewitz Cook-Off!

Share Your Favorite Recipes And “Share The Memories”
Enter for a Chance to Compete in NYC for $25,000 Grand Prize Package


 

All About Manischewitz Soup Broth

 

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They read my mind! Like an explorer searching for the Northwest Passage, I’ve been looking for a truly delish heat and eat soup. So when I discovered the new Manischewitz ready-to-serve broths, I felt like someone had heard my prayers! Curious Jamie wanted to know how a mass-produced broth could actually taste like it came right out of that old red-rimmed porcelain pot in Grandma’s kitchen. So I called up Manischewitz and asked. Below is my enlightening discussion with David Yale, President and CEO of The Manischewitz Company.

Q: I love all of your new broths, but I get the most mileage out of the chicken flavored one. Did these
soups take long to develop?


 

5th Annual Man-O-Manischewitz Contest

 

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Jamie Geller was one of the judges at the 5th Annual Man-O-Manischewitz Cook-off at which Stuart Davis, 45, from Cherry Hill, NJ with his Chicken and Egg Donburi (recipe can be found on the Manischewitz website) was crowned King of Kosher on Thursday March 31 2011. Davis received a grand prize worth $25,000 which includes: state of the art kitchen appliances, cash, over night stay in NYC, crystal trophy, and Manischewitz product.

Stuart was selected as a finalist through the “Online Voting” component that allowed consumers to have a say in the finalist selection process. The other four contestants were selected from thousands of entries.


 

Slow Cooker Soups

 

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The reason I’m mad about slow cookers is that you can use them for just about anything! Even soups. Really. I love soups that eat like a meal. With a slow cooker, you can prepare nice hearty bean soups that will amply fill every tummy in your family. They will keep everybody warm and cozy in these cold winter months as well. (And it all cooks in one pot. It doesn’t get better than that, people.)

Do you tend to see things in black and white? I have two soups for you! White Bean Soup with Lemon and Garlic Corn Bread and Mexican Black Bean Soup with Spiced Tortilla Chips. These are the ying and yang of slow cooker soups, and they’re both individually palate-pleasing.


 

7 Recipes for Cooking with Mushrooms

 

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I love mushrooms. Really, I do.
And Hubby hates them. He really does.
And the kids are split.
I am working on them.

Mushrooms are a delicacy, I tell them, especially when prepared the right way. My grandfather, a”h, was an outstanding chef and he really knew what to do with a mushroom. Unfortunately, he passed away before I could learn the recipes for his mushroom masterpieces.


 

Chicken Pot Pie, the Classic Kosher Comfort Food

 

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Mmm, Chicken Pot Pie — definitely a comfort food classic. Great for when the frigid air outside seems unending. Summer is just a memory and spring is still far off.

So what should you do? Fill your kitchen with the warm, homey aroma of this marvelous chicken dish. It smells so good while it’s baking that you really have to discipline yourself (and everyone else in the household) not to dig right in the minute you pull it out of the oven.