We are delighted to partner with Carly Q Creations once again for a fabulous giveaway. The giveaway winner will be issued a generous $150 gift certificate to choose one of her beautiful, colorful, joyful pieces. Select a 20x16 Giclee (reprint on canvas) , a custom wall hanging, or a gorgeous custom print for a happy... Read more...
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Zachlawi - you may not yet know the name, but you will. The Zachlawi Distillery is located on the Jersey Shore and has been in operation since 2004. Its spirits are all hand crafted in small batches, and certified OU... Read more...
Chinese New Year
It's the year of the goat. . . and time for some kosher Dim Sum by guest columnist Lauren Stacy Berdy.
These recipes are excerpts from:
Remaining Kosher Volume Two: A Cookbook for All with a Hechsher in Their Heart
First Publication Volume One: July 2013 Publication
Volume Two: Summer 2015 UDJ Productions
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As reported in the New York Times this week:
For avid whiskey lovers, few events are more eagerly anticipated than WhiskyFest, an enormous tasting that touches down in several American cities throughout the year. But when sponsors of the New York festival suddenly moved it last year from Tuesday to Friday and Saturday, many regulars were unable to attend.
An alternative arrived suddenly in the form of a new one-night event, held on the eve of WhiskyFest. Despite little time to advertise, it drew a crowd of 250 to its unlikely Manhattan location: the West Side Institutional Synagogue.
These whiskey devotees, it turned out, were Jews shut out of the big event because they observe the Sabbath. And to drive home the point of the tasting, its founder, the fledgling Jewish Whisky Company, called it Whisky Jewbilee.
Read all about the Whisky Jewbilee including quotes from Royal Wine’s wine and spirits educator, Shlomo Blashka.