Tuesday , 21 November 2017

Kosher restaurants

Serving food as per Jewish dietary laws, kosher restaurants will serve pizzerias, cafés, fast food and cafeterias. You will come across kosher bakeries, caterers, butchers and kosher Chinese as well as kosher sushi food. These establishments work under rabbinical supervision and observe certain other Jewish laws. And if under Jewish ownership, these locations must be closed during Jewish holidays and during Shabbat.

You will come across dairy or meat foods at such locations but at some Kosher restaurants, you will find even delicatessens served. Some of these restaurants may specialize in a particular kind of food and also offer different popular foods among Jews.
You will find Pizza a common and well liked food served at these kosher restaurants, but then there are kosher pizza shops that usually serve Middle Eastern cuisine, like falafel, bagels with cream cheese and other foods such as fish. Salads may also be served.

New York City has the maximum number of kosher restaurants in US and in Canada, you will find Toronto having the most restaurants. You will even find Kosher Chinese restaurants too getting popular. In smaller cities, with lesser Jewish populations, you will find kosher dining limited to just a single establishment. Jewish people often get ready-made kosher meals that may be difficult to get otherwise.

New Kosher Cafe Opens At JCC Of Mid-Westchester

Jerusalem West Café is the new kosher cafe and caterer located in the JCC Mid-Westchester in Scarsdale.

Stop in for pizza, salads, and delicious dairy delights. They also do take out, business lunches and dinners, kiddushes, brises, and party needs by calling (201) 832 0870.

Kosher supervision by the Vaad Harabonim of Queens. The cafe is operated by Elliot Rosenfeld.

Jerusalem West Café has been open about three weeks. The cafe’s hours are:

Monday to Thursday – 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Friday – 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Saturday – closed

Sunday – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Purim’s story of Esther still resonates for Jews today

Today is Purim, the Jewish holiday rooted in the Book of Esther that recalls a failed Persian plot to exterminate the Jews.

Described by some as part- Mardi-Gras-part-Halloween, the holiday is celebrated by eating and drinking, notably, the triangular fruit pastry known as hamentaschen; costumed children re-enacting the stories of Esther; and the imbibing of alcohol, at times in excess to the dismay of some.

By the way, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave President Barack Obama a copy of the Book of Esther during a visit this week in which the two discussed the tension with Iran. No small symbolism there.

And, we’re a little late on this one, but the annual scholarly debate on the merits of latkes (the traditional Hannukah food) vs. hamentashen was held this year in February at MIT. (A thanks for that, to my colleague Dan Bice, who recalled it from his days at the University of Chicago, where it debuted in 1946.)

Judge’s order puts Orthodox Jewish basketball team back in semifinal game

An Orthodox Jewish school in Texas has been reinstated to its state basketball tournament following a judge’s order to reschedule the game so it doesn’t conflict with the Sabbath.
The Houston-based Beren Academy Stars stormed into the semifinals of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools’ 2A tournament and was set to tip off against Dallas Covenant at 9 p.m. Friday. Beren players, however, observe the Sabbath between Friday evening and Saturday evening and will not play basketball during those hours, coach Chris Cole told FoxNews.com.

Feb. 28, 2012: Roni Buchine, 14, practices with the Beren Academy boys’ basketball team in Houston.
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“We’re excited that we get to play,” Cole said Thursday when reached by phone. “We feel like it’s something that our kids have earned.”
Cole said he was disappointed that it took a judge’s order to switch the game time, but feels the right outcome has been reached. The team will hold a closed practice tonight.
“We just really want to get back our focus and get ready for the game,” he said. “We’ll be ready.”
TAPPS officials had rejected appeals from Beren to reschedule that game, but a group of parents with boys on the team subsequently sued the organization. A judge on Thursday now issued a temporary restraining order requiring the agency to reschedule the game.
TAPPS director Ed Burleson told FoxNews.com on Thursday that the association will honor the restraining order and allow Beren to play 2 p.m. Friday. An exact location had yet to be determined, he said.
In a statement to FoxNews.com, officials at Kerrville Our Lady of the HillsHigh School — which was to play in Beren’s absence — said they support the scheduling change.
“As Beren Academy expressed support for us playing in their stead, we share our support of them in their earned Semi-Final game,” the statement read. “Good Luck Stars!”
Cole told FoxNews.com on Wednesday that he was hopeful a last-minute compromise could be reached.
“We know that every day gets later and later, but we feel like things could be changed,” Cole said. “We operate in a world of sports where things do change — the Daytona 500 was changed, so things are possible. It’s an inconvenience, we know that, but it’s really a matter of desire to want to do it. That’s what it comes down to.”

News, Jerusalem Cafe to Open in Manhattan

Jerusalem Cafe will offer salads, wraps, sushi, pizza and more. Jerusalem Cafe was opened by the owners of J2 Kosher Pizza

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New Kosher pizza in midtown nyc bravo kosher pizza

bravo kosher pizza Just opened up in Midtown on Broadway and 37st they are kosher under the ok

We want to share our family’s passion for pizza with you. We bring you authentic pizzeria pizza made from the finest ingredients: fresh basil, olive oil, San Marzano ripe tomatoes & fresh mozzarella. Our pastas are homemade. We hope that you will enjoy the quality and great taste of our food as much as the family does.
In 1985, we created our original recipe and opened a small pizza shop. When our pizza got rave reviews we expanded. As our customers keep coming back for more and spreading the word to others, we continue to grow. We hope that you will enjoy our pizza and grow with our family.

If you can’t make it to us – no problem -we’ll come to you! Click on the Order Online tab above and we’ll delivery right to your home or office. And be sure to make use of our advance order feature to ensure that your food is delivered or ready for pick up exactly when you want it.

Mangia! Enjoy!

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What about kosher chicken

What is a kosher chicken? Well, kosher term is associated with food compliant with Jewish laws and there are certain laws associated with how the animals are slaughtered. One of the foremost principles of being an orthodox Jew is to eat kosher food. In fact, on a BBC reality game show, The Apprentice, the losing team was even penalized for not getting a kosher chicken. What they had bought was definitely not kosher.

A new kosher spot called PrimeKo  just opened

To make sure that the chicken is kosher, you need to make sure that the ritual slaughter or shechita must occur according to strict Jewish laws and only by a certified shochet. The knife used should be very sharp and kill the bird with one cut across its neck. This is believed to minimize the pain and the dies swiftly and bleeds to death.

Kosher chicken means that the bird has been slaughtered in the ritual Jewish halachic way.

Kosh in stamfrod ct has great kosher chicken

Dougies BBQ in great neck

 

Kosher Sushi – A Delicacy

Well, is there something like kosher sushi? Well, of course, sushi can be kosher, provided the chefs have followed the rules of Jewish cooking and used only kosher instruments to cut the fish. One of the best ways to find and enjoy Kosher Sushi is to head for a kosher supermarket or to a kosher sushi restaurant. Whether you are throwing a complementary lunch for your staff or meeting someone at an important business lunch, ordering the fresh and delicious Kosher Sushi is the best way to have a great dining pleasure. The food is not only healthy but low on costs too.

It is common to see cultural lines crossing culinary tastes and multi-cultural food laboratories opening up. Kosher Sushi is a very good example. Offering new inventions, that is partly Jewish and partly Japanese, many sushi restaurants are opening up with good example of understanding of these two cultures. It is the cohesion of a variety of these two cultures that make the most popular and inventive dishes. You will come across many Asian restaurants in famous places like New York or California where you can easy sample culinary delights of Kosher cuisine and Japanese cuisine. Go ahead and taste the fusion of the kosher culture with the sushi culture on a common ground in some great restaurants in the world.

Here is a list of some sushi places

Sushi Spot

The delicious Kosher Chinese food

If you have ever been to a kosher restaurants or tried kosher food, you must be aware of the multitude of herbs included in kosher preparations. What makes Kosher Chinese food different form others is the way these herbs, seasonings and flavoring is used by skilled cooks to make kosher good. The distinct Chinese flavors are apparent in the kosher food with tinge of soy sauce, flavors of ginger and garlic. If you are interested in making Kosher Chinese food, then you need to stock your pantry with a few necessary Chinese ingredients to produce the best results.

The chef preparing Kosher Chinese food not only has to bear the pressure of making delicious meals but also see to it that the meals are prepared using Chinese ingredients but according to Jewish dietary laws. And it may need many years of training to be able to cook well and follow the right balance of ingredients. The right ingredients and the right balance are important for good taste. However, one needs to keep in mind that not all ingredients are used to prepare kosher food. It will need years of experience and skills to know which ingredients will taste best to prepare the Kosher Chinese food and which ingredient combination will not work.

Gourmet Kosher Thai restaurant opens in Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills Thai Kosher Kitchen is a gourmet Thai restaurant providing a unique combination of

Gourmet Thai cooking and Kashrus (Jewish dietary law).
The restaurant is located at 9036 Burton Way Beverly Hills CA 90211. 310-288-2182 Directly across the street from the Four Seasons Hotel.

The Founders, husband and wife Deo and Omni PJ. Melvin stated; “Beverly Hills Thai Kosher Kitchen is the answer to an increasing demand for healthy, unique and diverse Kosher restaurants”.

“We have combined value pricing with a high-quality hand-crafted, hand-picked ingredients under the highly-regarded supervision of Rabbinical Council of California”, says partner Dieo former Manager of Chan Dara in West LA.

“In today’s highly competitive environment, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to differentiate one restaurant concept from another.’ Unlike a typical Thai restaurant Beverly Hills Thai does this by being the only Thai Kosher Kitchen that features meat, fish & vegetarian dishes in Beverly Hills.”

“Our ingredients are fresh and prepared daily on our premises. Our talented Chef seasons our food to perfection in-house to ensure the properness in compliances to kosher dietary regulations yet still offer amazing Thai gourmet dishes.”

Beverly Hills Thai Kosher Kitchen has an authentic and innovative menu combined with mid-scale pricing. We welcome neighbors who are kosher and non-kosher to bring family and friends to dine and socialize in a sophisticated-casual atmosphere in a historical building