Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Tammuz 25, 5774
Conference looks at what's "hot"
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
It was a gathering of the best and brightest in the industry. More than 1,400 culinary experts from all over the world arrived in Chicago for the 29th-annual conference of the International Association of Culinary Professionals. Through seminars, workshops and discussions with some of the world's leading artisans and thinkers, this gathering became a platform to help shape the world...
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Come June, don't forget the guy who's going down that aisle
By:
Louise Fiszer, JEFeature
The June issues of lifestyle and cooking magazine are packed with articles about lunches, brunches, showers and other frilly events focused on the bride. Girlfriends, aunts, sisters and cousins are busily at work to make these parties memorable events for her. Yet the other half of the wedding party, the groom, gets little or no attention at all. A night...
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Kosher consumers can now enjoy desserts with a high-quality, ready-to-spread frosting immediately after consuming a meat meal. Manischewitz brings this news to the frosting category by introducing a new line of pareve, ready-to-spread frostings. The frosting, in chocolate and vanilla flavors, will be available in 12-oz. resealable containers. And if you're looking for a sweet idea for this new reality,...
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Attempts to reopen the Best Value Kosher Meats supermarket, which closed up shop in January after operating for 20 years on Bustleton Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia, have ground to a halt. According to the property's Brooklyn-based landlord, Goldmont Realty Corp., several perspective entrepreneurs expressed an interest in running the store, but all of those deals fell through. "There is no...
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Dairy delights for all!
By:
Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
As with Passover and Sukkot, Shavuot is rooted in the agricultural seasons. Originally, it was the beginnings of the wheat harvest. Before the fall of the Temple, thousands of Jews traveled from the countryside to Jerusalem with thanksgiving offerings. The High Priest (representing the Jewish people) placed twin loaves baked from the newly harvested wheat on the alter. Families arrived...
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