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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...

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Capresso CoffeeTeam TS Coffeemaker

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In our lives coffee is a food group. We like it rich, smooth and strong. Our morning coffee starts our day, and the quality, taste and temperature of our coffee starts our morning on the right track, or not.

The... Read more...

Giveaway From Lenox China
Lenox French Perle White - Service for 8
Elegance from Lenox China

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Enter our FREE Random Giveaway to win a service for eight of French Perle White dinnerware from Read more...

Jack's Gourmet Delicious & Kosher
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August Featured Recipe
Ciabatta Egg Sandwich with Tomato Jam
August Free Giveaway
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The KosherEye Exchange is all about YOU! We want to exchange ideas.

Features are based solely on opinion! KosherEye does NOT accept financial remuneration for product articles from featured vendors, nor share contact information with others!  We want the BUZZ on your newest kosher finds- anywhere-anytime. If you spot a new certified product, contact us and we will post it. If you wish to see a product become certified, let us know!

Kosher Recipe Conversions – Send us a non-kosher recipe that you “covet”, classic or contemporary, famous or family - and we will have one of our expert chefs or fabulous food magicians convert it to kosher! Visit us often and enjoy all of our kosher recipe and ingredient translations. If you have a special recipe that you have converted to kosher, please share it with KosherEye.

We can’t wait to hear from you!

 

New Cookbook from Ronnie Fein

Congrats to KosherEye friend, cookbook author, food blogger and cooking instructor Ronnie Fein for putting her new cookbook "to bed". For information on how to pre-order a copy of The Modern Kosher Kitchen and receive a personally inscribed bookplate from the author, visit Ronnie's Blog Kitchen... Read more...  

Kosher Queen Wins Foodie Contest
with Pork

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Reprinted from an article in "the Jew & the Carrot" by Aliz... Read more...  

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Reynolds Kitchens.

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Reynolds® Kitchens offers coupons throughout the year for many of their products. Check back often for changes in coupon offers. Currently they are offering coupons for discounts on these... Read more...  



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Shofar, So Good: Cook Up A Sweet New Year

shofarapplesKosherEye friend Chef Laura Frankel, is giving an exciting demo at the Spertus Center for Jewish Learning and Culture in Chicago. The subject is apples – perfect for the Rosh Hashanah holiday. Chef Laura is doing exciting new variations on the traditional fruit eaten during this holiday.

Monday, September 10 at 6:30 pm
At Spertus, 610 S Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL

Honeycrisp, Winesap, Empire — Would an apple by any other name taste as sweet? You decide! Let Chef Laura Frankel guide you through a smorgasbord of locally grown apples and then demonstrate (and have you taste) delightful gourmet dishes perfect for a Jewish New Year’s celebration.Following the program, Chef Laura will sign copies of her cookbooks, Jewish Cooking for All Seasons and Jewish Slow Cooker Recipes, available for purchase from the Spertus Shop.

cheflaura-1Chef Laura Frankel is Executive Chef for Spertus Kosher Catering and the author of the Chosen Bites column in the Jerusalem Post. She is a passionate teacher who has made it her mission to re-imagine and revitalize the diverse and delicious traditions of Jewish cooking.

$25, includes take-home recipes.
Buy tickets online at spertus.edu or call 312.322.1773

For additional program information, click here.

 
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MODE-STY.COM

Introducing our new friends from Mode-sty.com. Mode-sty is a new online one stop boutique that offers beautiful, trendy and stylish modest (tznius) clothing.The site carries popular brands as well as custom creations from up-and-coming designers.

Mode-sty is sponsoring a free giveaway of a stunning custom made special occasion dress from Lev Couture – a $360 value. Enter for a chance to win this gorgeous white dress, which can be custom made in any size.The site is still in Beta, but you can sign up to be notified about pop up sales.

The winner will be chosen at random. Visit www.mode-sty.com or follow them on Facebook, or on Twitter @ModestyFashion and Pinterest

Sign up today to be notified of their exciting pop-up sales or to talk to a personalized stylist.

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Gold Medal-Winning Olympics Fish and Chips

Time to celebrate the red, white and blue and cheer on America as we enjoy some British recipes. Direct from London, created by author and BBC chef Joan Pratt, how about this authentic Fish and Chips recipe. Enjoy!

 
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Kosher With Food Allergies

Here are some additional menu ideas for the 9 Days of Av. Tamar Warga is the creator of a new kosher food allergy blog, Kosher With Food Allergies, A great idea especially for those who keep kosher and have food allergies. This week Tamar is featuring meatless, dairy free recipes for the 9 Days of Av. Visit her website for ideas and tips for those who have to contend with food allergies.

 
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9 Days of Av Menu

During the 9 Days of Av, many refrain from including meat and poultry in their daily menu. We have selected several recipes that are appropriate for these meatless days. We hope that you enjoy our selections for the 9 Days of Av Menu, and do share your specialties with us!

 
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Home Made No Churn Vanilla Ice Cream

This recipe for No Churn Vanilla Ice Cream has started a cool phenomenon during this hot summer. It makes a light, creamy, rich vanilla ice cream with only four ingredients, a hand mixer, and 5 minutes of hands on time.  Now how cool is that!

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McKosherEye Copycat Burger Spread

Just in time for July 4th, we have adapted a popular creamy, burger sauce for slathering on kosher meat hamburgers and veggie burgers. We call this yummy new creation– McKosherEye Copycat Burger Spread and think that you will love it. We do. It works with meat, dairy or parve burgers.

 
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Summer Coloring Page

Summer coloring fun from our friend Ann D. Koffsky − illustrator and children's book author. Ann created the coloring page from her children's book, Noah's Swim−A−Thon. Just print the page and let your "little" artists create a masterpiece; they will have such fun! What a fun gift – a copy of the book and the coloring page! Enter to WIN a FREE copy of the book. While you are visiting Ann's website, please browse and view her wonderful Judaic art work.

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2012 Summer Fancy Food Show

fancyfoodshow2012How do we briefly describe aisles and aisles of gourmet foods, all there for 3 days of sampling? Our experience at the massive Summer Fancy Food Show held this week in Washington DC was simply one continuous gala tasting party. We deem the event a “Disneyworld” for foodies, including kosher foodies. As we tirelessly, walked aisle after aisle of this fabulous food show, we were dazzled and delighted with the wide kosher selection. Kosher was almost everywhere! At first glance, or shall we say first tasting, we present a few winners. Many more will follow as we review our extensive list of new kosher discoveries.

strawberry_probiotic_prodYogurt…Our favorite new find for drinkable yogurt was Siggi’s, a high protein yogurt, and Siggi’s Skyr, a spoonable traditional yogurt of Iceland 

Just when we thought we had yogurt covered we discovered the very delicious, Karoun Dairies Mediterranean style yogurt. We tasted the honey flavor, and it was a HONEY!

Then came the frozen treats such as gelato, yogurt and ice creams:

Chozen is an all natural ice cream. We sampled 3 flavors (Well why not!)  Apples and Honey, Ronne’s Rugelach and Matzoh Crunch. This brand is currently distributed primarily in the Northeast, but stay tuned. It can be ordered online. The company owners are a mother-daughter team.

adoniagreekyogurtAnd of course, how could we resist a taste of one of our very favorites, Ciao Bella – and their new introduction Adonia Greek Frozen Yogurt – so refreshing! By the way Greek frozen yogurt  is a creamy new trend!

Yes, we did finally proceed in our tasting to healthful snacks. We found at least 15 kinds of chips in addition to various types of potato chips including chips made of lentils, veggies, pita, beans, pretzels, dried fruits and more. There were gluten free and salt free, baked and fried. We particularly enjoyed our taste of Snikiddy brand snacks. And, if you follow this link, we are providing a Snikiddy coupon.

There was infused everything, including salt and olive oil; Lots of pasta in so many flavors—but we certainly wish more of the Italian pastas were kosher certified! And then, of course the chocolate—in many guises - infused, flavored, ground, bars, chips, cocoa. It was  a “Willy Wonka” chocolate dream. Ask us about the rich, deep flavors of Guylian.

mushroom-kit-2As avid, amateur but adventurous gardeners, we are anxious to try the innovative gold Sofi award winner, the “grow your own mushroom kit” – yes, in your kitchen – from Back to the Roots.

The product choices were infinite – Himalayan salt, fig and ginger jams and jellies, unusual ketchups, cookies, sorbets, olives, soups, salmon jerky, smoked fish delicacies, coffees, candies, and more — much globally sourced, but even more made in the USA!

We enjoyed seeing friends from “our sweet hometown” Georgia company, Savannah Bee and head beekeeper, Ted Dennard. (We think this is one of the world’s best honeys!)  A highlight of the show for us was our chat with one of the top bean counters on the globe…the amazing CEO of the Jelly Belly company, Herm Rowland. He is an extraordinary businessman, and a nice person. More about this chat in future columns. How wonderful to see multiple generations of a family working together. Our kosher sweet tooth is appreciative to have this product available to us! Want to know what’s in the Jelly Belly pipeline?  It’s going to be hot – Tabasco!

We think that the Summer Fancy Food show trends can be summed up as: healthful, low calorie, protein packed, gluten–free, natural and happily kosher! In fact, according to a recent finding by Mintel, a well recognized London–based leading global supplier of consumer, product and media intelligence, kosher is now the #1 claim on new products.*

Do visit KosherEye often in the next weeks and months, so that we can introduce you to some of our favorite new kosher products, brands and finds!

* “It was found out that among the commodities from the beverage and food industry, “Kosher” garnered 27% (5,606 out of 20,455) making it more popular than the most common claim, “all–natural product”. Lagging behind “kosher” and “all–natural products” are “no additives/preservatives” ,"low/no/reduced allergen," and "gluten–free."

 
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The Kosher Home Kitchen
Appliances, Design and Décor

Share your kosher kitchen design advice….We have received many notes from our readers, searching for advice in designing, refreshing and updating the kosher kitchen for their homes. The kitchen is the heart and soul of the Jewish home. It is where food memories are made; recipe creations are treasured, and culinary heirlooms are born and shared. From time to time we will be sharing information about new appliances, kitchen design, kitchen layouts and more, all focused on the kosher and Sabbath observant lifestyle.

To launch our new series, we are researching the following questions with kitchen experts including, retailers, designers and appliance manufacturers, and of course, with our readers, Facebook followers, Twitterpals and new friends on Pinterest.

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We invite you to send pictures, blueprints and suggestions for creating spectacular kosher kitchens, large or small, budget or luxury. We can’t wait to hear from you!  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

  • What do you love about your Kosher Kitchen design?
  • What would you do differently in your Kosher Kitchen design?
  • Do you prefer meat and milk dishes in cabinets on opposite sides of the same wall or in cabinets on opposite walls?
  • How do you manage your baking space and your other food preparation space?
  • Other than going out of town, what are your favorite Passover kitchen design idea?
  • Have you integrated a blech (hotplate) into your kitchen or do you use a warming drawer?
  • Which Sabbath/YomTov friendly appliance brands are best? What’s new?
  • What one mistake can be avoided in a kosher kitchen?
  • Which are the best countertop materials to consider, and can they be easily “kashered” for Passover?
 
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