Kosher Kupboard

Kosher products: picks, pans and news.

Shechita's Young Blood

Green is the new red for a new generation of kosher butchers.

07/23/2013
Special To The Jewish Week

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

Standing in a field, not a slaughterhouse, Naftali Hanau brings a green sensibility to shechting a hen. Photo courtesy Hazon

Pass The Smoked Salt

SaltWorks, a big gourmet salt company, is now offering certified kosher smoked sea salts.

06/28/2013
Food & Wine Editor

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.

SaltWorks has 8 brands of kosher gourmet smoked sea salts. Fotolia

Burrito'lam Announces Date Of Grand Opening

Teaneck, New Jersey will be getting its first Glatt Kosher Mexican restaurant on July 17.

06/24/2013
Food & Wine Editor

A new Glatt Kosher Mexican restaurant is opening in Teaneck, New Jersey.

Burrito’lam will have its grand opening on July 17, the restaurant announced on its Facebook page on Sunday morning.

Everything on the menu is less than $10. Fotolia

Long Island Kosher BBQ Contest Draws 22 Teams

06/12/2013
Special To The Jewish Week

More than 22 teams of kosher meat lovers battled it out this weekend for top honors in the chicken, beans, ribs and brisket competitions at the second annual Long Island Kosher BBQ championship, a contest, food fest and charity event in Westbury that I help judge.

Grilling prowess, and other kinds, on display at the Long Island Kosher BBQ Championship. Dani Klein

News You Can Use

Fairway Market heading to Staten Island, says City Councilman.

05/30/2013
Staff Writer

Fairway Market, the grocery store giant known for kosher offerings like European house-brand olive oil, spices and rotisserie chickens, seems to be heading to Staten Island, reports the Daily News.

Fairway Market's Red Hook, Brooklyn storefront. The store might expand to Staten Island. Getty Images
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