Eating Kosher out

Kosher Barbecue Pop-Up Seeks A Permanent Home

02/12/2014
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Growing up in Midwood, Brooklyn, the Eidelman brothers ate a lot of meat. Their mother, Sara, an accomplished cook was born to Holocaust survivor parents who couldn’t afford the luxury. So she wanted to give her boys all she could.

“She used to buy us filet mignon,” said Sruly Eidelman, now 26 and living in Crown Heights.

Sruly Eidelman currently cooks up his Texas-style barbecue at his parents’ home in Midwood. Lauren Rothman

Bagel Boss On The Move

Bagel Boss will open its second Manhattan location next month.

06/03/2013
Food & Wine Editor
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Bagel Boss, the kosher bagel shop that for over 50 years has continued to expand throughout New York's boroughs, is opening its second Manhattan location in mid-July, Bagel Boss's general manager confirmed.

The new Bagel Boss will be at 544 3rd avenue between E. 36th and 37th streets, next door the Sarge's Deli.

The other Manhattan Bagel Boss is at 263 1st avenue between E. 15th and 16th streets.

This will be the 14th location in the Bagel Boss chain, which sells, other than bagels, an assortment of baked goods, salads, fish, and schmeres.

Murray Hill will get a new Bagel Boss this July. Fotolia

The Whole Enchilada

In Jewish L.A., authentic Mexican that's rigorously kosher.

04/24/2013
Special for the Jewish Week

On a recent trip to SoCal to visit a client, I stopped off in the heart of Jewish Los Angeles (Pico-Robertson Boulevard, of course) to check out Mexikosher, a kosher Mexican restaurant that that tastes like the real deal in Mexican cooking.
What makes this place different, and so much better, than kosher “Mexican” restaurants I’ve eaten at in New York is that this isn’t fast food.

Mexikosher restaurant is in the heart of Jewish LA. Dani Klein

Conservative Ruling Tips Scales On Cooked Fish

Hot dairy meals at non-kosher restaurants should follow certain protocols, law committee says. Will anyone comply?

12/11/2012
Staff Writer

In 1952, when the Conservative movement was rapidly becoming America’s largest Jewish denomination, its Committee on Jewish Law and Standards issued this opinion: “Fish dinners in non-kosher eating places shall not be construed as a violation of the dietary laws.”

However, that opinion was not the final or official position, the Law Committee noted at the time, promising to release more details soon.

Fishy subject: New Conservative ruling adds stringencies to eating such foods as fish or pizza in non-kosher restaurants.
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