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‘NY caterer violating kosher laws’

The owner of one of Long Island’s largest catering companies has been accused of seriously violating Jewish law by having workers prepare kosher and non-kosher meals in the same kitchen. The allegations come from the former chef and general manager of Morrell Caterers, who claim they were instructed to prepare non-kosher meals in one of [...]

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The Traditional Jewish Wedding Meal

As in other Jewish celebrations, Jewish weddings involve festive meals. The food served during the wedding reception will mainly depend on the ethnic origin and historical backgrounds of the Bride and Groom. Know your historical background. Ashkenazi Jews are of European origin and their menu traditionally composes of meats, roast potatoes and vegetables. Sephardic Jews, [...]

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How to Start a Kosher Catering Business

Kosher catering business is now a big business. Jews observe many holidays and festivals and festive meals are often part of the celebration. Prior to starting your kosher catering business it is important to check the area you will be serving. Are there big Jewish communities in your area? It is also important to check [...]

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How to Plan a Jewish Wedding Meal

Just like any other celebration, a Jewish wedding culminates with a festive meal. The food that will be served will mainly depend on the historical background of the couple - Ashkenazi or Jews of European origin, and Sephardi or Jews of Middle Eastern , Spanish and Portuguese origin. Traditionally, kosher food is prepared for the Jewish [...]

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Kosher Wine – What Makes Wine Kosher?

If you are familiar with the fundamentals of kosher it may seem that all wine would be kosher wine.  After all, wine is generally made up of sugars, acidity, phenols and alcohol, all of which are kosher.  It would seem logical that wine would be.  But, it’s not really that easy.  A wine being certified [...]

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Kosher Wines – What Makes Wine Kosher or Non Kosher?

Wine has been around for thousands of years and has been a significant part of many religions for almost as long.  Wine was widely used in Israel in Judaism until the Muslim took Israel and decreed it to be a Muslim state.  The Jewish population worldwide has continued to use kosher wines both for religious [...]

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Mazel Tov!

The Complete Book of Jewish Weddingsby Lea Bayers Rapp Skip the mishigas of wedding planning and get into the merriment with this indispensable guide to putting together the perfect Jewish wedding of your dreams. From submitting the engagement announcement to the local newspaper to finding the perfect artistic rendering of your Ketubah, Lea Bayers Rapp [...]

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The Complete Book of Jewish Weddings

by Lea Bayers Rapp From submitting the engagement announcement to the local newspaper to finding the perfect artistic rendering of the ketubah, Lea Bayers Rapp takes readers step by step through a wealth of information that covers every aspect of all sorts of Jewish weddings — including the traditional, the high-tech, the Old World with [...]

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Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine 2008

International Edition Expanded travel section. 50 new restaurants. Wine section. International section. Pesach section. Caterers and catering Halls. Goods and services. Great articles and recipes.(256 Pages) 8.5′x11′

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Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine 2008

International Edition Expanded travel section. 50 new restaurants. Wine section. International section. Pesach section. Caterers and catering Halls. Goods and services. Great articles and recipes.(256 Pages) 8.5′x11′

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