News and updates about Kosher
Steven Spielberg family’s kosher restaurant is reopening
Spielberg’s family will reopen LA kosher restaurant two years after death of the director’s mother, who had run the place for 40 years.
Kosher supermarket 'Seasons' relaunching under new ownership
Supermarket chain that declared bankruptcy last year has new owners and is reopening one of its closed locations.
Tel Aviv cafes trade private kosher certification for Rabbinate
More Tel Aviv restaurants transitioning to state Rabbinate kosher certificate supervision.
Largest baker in US to keep breads certified kosher
Bimbo Bakeries USA, the largest baking company in the United States, to keep kosher certification on nearly all of its bread and rolls.
Madonna looking to hire kosher chef
Pop singer seeking to hire private chef to prepare kosher meals for her and her family.
Polish museum to host country's 'first kosher market in decades'
Companies to showcase kosher products at 'Kosher Expo Poland,' held at Jewish museum in Warsaw.
MK Smotrich and Tzohar clash over kashrut bill
Jewish Home MK responds to Tzohar kashrut initiative head after his kashrut bill blocked. 'Not everything is kosher in war on rabbinate.'
Tunisian Jew barred from getting kosher food in prison
Young Jews in Tunisian prison fasting until he is allowed to receive kosher food.
Kosher food stand opens in iconic Buenos Aires soccer stadium
First kosher fast food stand in a Latin American soccer stadium opens after Chabad initiative.
Official agreement to arrange Shabbat-kosher electricity
Agreement signed to regulate production and sale of kosher electricity for use on Sabbath in automated process with no human contact.
Arizona State introducing kosher meals on campus
'Kosher meal options take our Jewish provision to another level, making ASU one of the best places in America to be a Jewish student.'
Kosher agency says it can no longer vouch for Starbucks stores
Program which verified Starbucks drinks as kosher nixed.
Tribute to Israel’s 70th proves success of kosher food and wine
Culinary event celebrating Israel's 70th anniversary shows off kosher luxury cuisine.
Why I support the private kashrut initiative of Tzohar rabbis
Leslie Rudd, maker of kosher wine in Napa Valley, dead at 76
Vintner and entrepreneur who made fine kosher wines California's Napa Valley and invested in Israeli wine passes away.
Online post draws backlash in support of new Kashrut supervision
Pro-Rabbinate NGO ripped over calls to boycott restaurant using alternate Kosher supervision as Israelis voice support for Tzohar Kashrut.
Apricot Brick Roast
Simple and quick and Kosher for Passover as well!
Spinach-Cheese Passover Lasagna
Using gluten-free noodles and zucchini for an added health benefit, this is going to become a Passover family favorite.
Rabbi: Cloned pork meat is kosher
Rabbi Yuval Cherlow claims cloned pig's meat could be eaten by Jews – including with milk.
This shake is pure bliss! Using the iconic J&J ice cappuccino really elevates this drink into something divine.
These pancakes are made with both cream cheese and cottage cheese, eggs, salt, sugar, matzah meal, & onion powder.
Fluffy Lemon Custard
Creamy, airy lemon custard is a light and refreshing finale to a heavy Shabbat meal.
Kosher in Washington DC
As thousands of Jews flocked the US capital for the AIPAC conference we visited Char Bar, the Kosher restaurant in the city.
String Bean Soup
A hearty and delicious soup!
Roasted Carrot Soup
While I know that root vegetable soups are supposed to be a winter thing, I love them all year, especially over Yom Tov.
Baked Gefilte Fish
Easy, no-fuss way to cook traditional gefilte fish.
The house fills with the smell of homemade artisan bread, and I get a small thrill of excitement when it's finished.
Orange Rice with Raisins
When you're looking for a sweet side dish, this should be your next go-to.
The dough is so easy to prepare, and it calls for oil instead of margarine.
Delectable Pepper Steak Medley
Pepper steak is a sure-fire hit. A family favorite!
Who said potatoes are the only vegetables you can bake twice?
Online Spanish dictionary adopts Hebrew words
Royal Spanish Academy adds ‘kosher’ and ‘hummus’ to official Spanish-language dictionary.
Krakow opens first kosher hotel post-Holocaust
New hotel offers kosher food, Shabbat elevators, and an in-house synagogue.
Miss Israel: I always keep kosher, even abroad
'I'm living on pineapple and cookies,' says Miss Israel 2017. 'Other contestants fascinated about why I can't eat most of the food.'
That's not kosher: Haredi soldiers fed non-kosher food
Religious soldiers from Nahal Haredi unit sent to army education center given non-kosher food in violation of unit's regulations.
Federal judge rules Idaho prisoners must be allowed kosher meals
Judge rules that state’s Department of Correction must provide certified kosher meals for prisoners in all Idaho prisons.
Netherlands’ only kosher slaughterhouse facing closure
Slaughterhouse says it will be forced to close because of a government-introduced ban on exporting its produce.
Idaho inmates sue state prison service for kosher meals
A federal lawsuit has been filed on behalf of four Jewish prisoners in Idaho jails who are seeking kosher meals.
Paraguay to require more humane ways of animal slaughter
Paraguay will require end of shackle-and-hoist slaughter by the end of year, changing method for restraint of animals for kosher slaughter.