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The Jewish Year
by Carly of Carly Q Creations

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This 16 x 20 Giclee (reprint on canvas) will make a beautiful, colorful, happy addition to any home. The piece will arrive ready for hanging, and make any wall smile! Retail value: $140

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Five Kitchen Tools for One Lucky Winner

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Apple, honey and pomegranate are three of the stars of the Yom Tov table. Apples dipped in honey are symbolic of our hopes for a sweet new year. And the pomegranate, often used as the new fruit, also embodies our hope that our good deeds be as plentiful as its seeds. It is customary for all three foods to appear at Jewish New Year... Read more...

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Red Star Platinum Yeast
A year of yeast - 52 packages
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It is our pleasure to announce a free "yeast for a year" giveaway, sponsored by Red Star Yeast for KosherEye readers. Send us your delicious sweet or savory challah or... Read more...

Jack's Gourmet Delicious & Kosher
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Herbed Stuffing with Jack's Gourmet Sausage
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Holiday Recipes
By Guest Columnist
Cindy Hodkin

Welcome to SIFTED. I consider myself a reformed attorney and currently give kosher cooking classes. We cook with the seasons, utilizing herbs and vegetables fresh from my garden that make you feel fresh and light in the summer, warm and fuzzy in the winter. Right now, we are cooking for... Read more...  

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Let the Kosher Feasting Begin
KosherFeast 2014 will be held on Monday evening, November 10th, at the historic Streit's Building in lower Manhattan, 5:30PM to 9PM.

Food writers, culinary editors, media... Read more...  

Rosh Hashanah Wine Picks

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Guest Post by Hana of @kosherwinereview

I always love to try new wines; Every time I see a new kosher wine, I have to taste it! When my friends are looking for wine, they always call me for recommendations. It is not always... Read more...  



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A Mesmerizing 30 Minutes at Kosherfest PDF Print E-mail

Annual Kosherfest Culinary Competition
by Menachem Lubinsky, KosherToday Editor in chief

At times, schmoozing with Ms. Geller and, at times, glancing back at the array of ingredients behind them, the three contestants produced a striking dish within the half hour allotted them. Frankly, I felt lucky that I was not a judge because it was just such a difficult choice. All three were simply outstanding and I would not hesitate to have any of them cook a dinner for me that included the president of the United States.

I usually get to see just snippets of one of the best attended events at the annual Kosherfest, the Annual Kosherfest Culinary Competition. This time, I stood my ground the entire 30 minutes. That's right just 30 minutes to watch three leading chefs of upscale kosher foods make an extraordinary dish. In the end it was Chef Casey Colaneri, the executive chef of the Sushi Metsuyan Restaurant in Monsey, NY and Teaneck, NJ, who won the $1000 prize. Chef Casey went so far as to predict that kosher cuisine would go far beyond where it is today.

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Chef Casey Colaneri

Each of the three competing chefs was given 30 minutes to cook one entrée from scratch using only a basket of mystery ingredients and a limited pantry of basic staples. Colaneri competed with Jose Soto, Executive Chef, Basil Restaurant in Brooklyn; and David Teyf, Chef & Owner, Lox Café at the Jewish Museum in Manhattan. The emcee was best-selling cookbook author and Joy of Kosher and Kosher Media Network founder Jamie Geller as host. The competition was sponsored by Jack's Gourmet, an innovative kosher meat company that made waves last year with the introduction of a high quality, surprisingly authentic bacon substitute made from beef called "facon." The panel of judges was comprised of Philippe Kaemmerle, Chef and Instructor at The Center for Kosher Culinary Arts, Jack Silberstein, Owner, Jack's Gourmet, and Roberta Scher, Co-founder and Managing Editor of Koshereye.com

 
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