cheese producers are responding to the demand for finer cheese.
Reform finally came to the American kosher
food industry with the rise of private kosher
Now, at Stringfellow, said TDCJ spokesman Jason Clark, a Jewish rabbi conducts services and there is a kosher
kitchen at the prison.
Vegetarians should be aware that gelatin is animal-derived, and a designation that gelatin is kosher
does not mean it is vegetarian.
You don't have to be Jewish to eat or cook kosher
food," Fein said.
labelling requirements for compliance with USDA and kosher
regulations in the
Lubicom statistics also indicate that over 11 million Americans purchase Kosher
food products on a recurring basis, with nearly three times the amount (21% of all Americans) buying an occasional product.
(she didn't grow up in a kosher
household but has kept kosher
for 13 years, and her restaurant is strictly kosher
) doesn't limit her, she says, adding that her food is very approachable.
cuisine, meanwhile, continues to branch out.
Two Long Island butchers challenged the kosher
law, maintaining that it relied on Orthodox standards to determine what constitutes kosher
, as opposed to other branches of Judaism.
During the BSE debacle, I was glad I ate only kosher
While plain black coffee generally can be ordered without too much of a problem, flavored coffees can present kosher
A state prison inmate brought a [section] 1983 action seeking to compel corrections officials to provide him with a kosher
The article appeared to suggest that there is a diminishing demand in NYC for kosher
restaurants (and perhaps steakhouses in particular).
For example, to make kosher
cheese a rabbi must be present to add rennet to the mixture.