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04/09/2014 | Section: Kosher Kupboard
Manishewitz announced that its plant and products have been acquired by a private equity firm. Courtesy of Manischewitz

Why is this takeover different from all other takeovers?

Because the takeover of the venerable Manischewitz company by a private equity firm means that the iconic Jewish business will likely be making a big push to sell even more of its fare to non-Jews.

04/02/2014 | Section: Kosher Kupboard
WOW! This Is It! Courtesy of De La Rosa Real Foods & Vineyards

De La Rosa Real Foods & Vineyards, a Florida-based food products company, is making a new organic grape juice from Austrian vineyards, "WOW! This Is It!" for Passover, acccording to a press release.

03/26/2014 | Section: Kosher Kupboard
Courtesy of Osem

Osem USA is celebrating Passover with a Grand Prize Sweepstakes offering a purse of $2,500, according to a press release from the company.

03/26/2014 | Section: Kosher Kupboard
Gotta love those kosher for Passover foods. Ronnie Fein

Passover’s almost here and supermarkets are starting to fill up with those kosher for Passover foods you can’t get, or wouldn’t care to eat, any other time of year. No, not matzah and potato starch: I mean the good stuff.

12/17/2013 | Section: Kosher Kupboard
Will supplies last? Getty Images

You know we love sriracha around here, so we’re a bit alarmed by all this talk of a #srirachapocalypse in the Twittersphere.

12/09/2013 | Section: Kosher Kupboard
Click the link at the bottom of the article for this recipe, made of course with fish sauce. Ronnie Fein

Your kosher Grandma probably never heard of nam pla or nuoc nam, the pungent tasting fish sauce used ubiquitously in Thai and Vietnamese cooking. In fact, if she took one whiff of the sauce’s fishy odor, she might have thrown it away on the assumption it was spoiled.

12/06/2013 | Section: Kosher Kupboard
 Yosef Silver, blogger, and his wife Daniella create his recipe for the contest: a stuffed latke. Photo courtesy Yosef Silver.

Turkey. Those who love it gorge on Thanksgiving and then grow weary as the big bird’s leftovers linger on.

07/23/2013 | Section: Kosher Kupboard
Standing in a field, not a slaughterhouse, Naftali Hanau brings a green sensibility to shechting a hen. Photo courtesy Hazon

Kosher butchering isn’t what it used to be, and the butchers are looking a lot different these days, too.

06/28/2013 | Section: Kosher Kupboard
SaltWorks has 8 brands of kosher gourmet smoked sea salts. Fotolia

Cooking with sea salt is a ritual Jews have been doing for centuries in keeping with the laws of kashrut, and lately sea salt has been trending beyond Jewish cooking.