Kosher

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My husband and I love food, especially food that is kosher and health. I know that it is usually the wife that prepares all of the meals, but in our home my husband has taken on that roll more and more. I have learned so much from him about cooking, how did he get so good at cooking? He not only worked in a restaurant as a teenager, but he learned how to slice and dice quickly and efficiently. I was the polar opposite. I loved taking my time in the kitchen. I enjoyed discovering new recipes in old cookbooks that my mother gave me. One of my all time favorites is a recipe for Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls. I also love having a gazillion recipes at my fingertips at anytime.

Keeping kosher for religious or dietary reasons can be so much fun. Kosher food is not all unhealthy and my husband I have endless recipes that we serve both our Jewish and non-Jewish friends and the love our meals. My husband has taught me so much about shopping for the best prices, healthy ingredients, and being efficient and creative in the kitchen. I wanted to include some of our favorite online resources, events, cost saving solutions, and recipes because they helped me get in touch with my culinary side.

Online Resources For Kosher Food

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Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller is the No. 1 kosher food and recipe website, featuring more than 5,700 recipes from Geller, kosher chefs, food bloggers and community members. The companion print magazine is published bimonthly and is revolutionizing the way people think about kosher food.

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Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller is the No. 1 kosher food and recipe website, featuring more than 5,700 recipes from Geller, kosher chefs, food bloggers and community members. The companion print magazine is published bimonthly and is revolutionizing the way people think about kosher food.

5 thoughts on “Kosher

  1. Hi Esti, thought you might be interested in Petite Select, Glatt Kohser, Organic, Fresh Frozen Baby Cuisine!
    This is a pioneer product…. Homemade chic recipes to entice little one’s palates with world cuisine flavors, and best of all, GLATT KOSHER!!!!
    Hope to hear from you soon!

  2. Your blog is terrific. Sounds like we have a lot in common. When my husband and I got married and started keeping strictly kosher, we couldn’t find any good, artisinal cheese. So, about 5 years ago we bit the bullet and started 5 Spoke Creamery, where we make raw milk, kosher (Kof K) cheeses in the farmstead tradition. Our cheeses are so good that we are served at some of the best non-kosher restaurants!

  3. I’m not a big fan on Kosher meat but there’s this store I go to and it’s down my street, 5 minutes from my house, all their meet is Kosher. I’m starting to like it

  4. For non-Jewish people reading your blog, it would be nice to have a definition of Kosher. What makes it different from other foods and why do you eat it? Is it part of the Jewish religion or is is part of the Jewish culture?

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