The Kosher Foodies are turning 1!
Wait, no. The Kosher Foodies is turning one. The Kosher Foodies are a bit older than that…
Well, in celebration of the anniversary of our blog first blog post we will be giving out a special Kosher Foodie gift basket to one lucky winner!
All you have to do is comment on this post; tell us what your favorite recipe is and what you hope to get in your gift basket. It’s really that easy, so leave a comment! Tell your friends! We will announce the winner on the night of our birthday: Tuesday, July 13.
Happy birthday to our blog!
Shavuot is distinct from most other holidays because we traditionally eat dairy (why?). This means that we can eat gooey cheesey dinners, and more importantly, we don’t have to make desserts using fake butter like we usually do!! So we always pick out some special recipes to share with our family during this holiday.
Out of hundreds of wineries in the Napa Valley, there are only two kosher ones. We had the pleasure of visiting one, HaGafen Cellars, on our recent trip to California. There were two groups there besides us (people who didn’t even know what kosher wine meant) all getting tastings of their delicious wine.
I miss Food Network.
Stupid Cablevision and Scripps…
Last night my husband and I went to the Yankee game; It was my first time at the new Yankee Stadium, and I was excited to try the kosher food, which is provided by Ouri’s Caterers from Brooklyn (I’m pretty sure they provide food for Citi Field, too). There are five kosher food stands at Yankee Stadium. We visited three.
On August 4th Ricky Dweck saw ads for Avi Glatt Kosher and tweeted about it. I then saw the ads for the online kosher supermarket on a bus, so I thought I’d check it out.
Although I was never one for online supermarket shopping (online everything else shopping is a different story), I think it’s a great idea! They deliver kosher food to anywhere in the United States.
Here you can read about our kitchen adventures, all achieved without mixing meat and milk.