Jack’s Gourmet Kosher Deli Meats & Sausages
KosherEye is delighted to partner with Jack's Gourmet offering our readers a chance to win a gourmet selection of kosher deli and specialty meat products. Co–founders Dr. Alan Broner and Chef Jack Silberstein will be offering, monthly, to one lucky reader a chance to WIN a $50 gift certificate valid for any meat... Read more...
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Hooray for the Winners of the Heering Mixologist Competition
The Peter F. Heering Company has... Read more...
Target Introduces New Line of Organic/Natural Products - Many are Kosher
Target has entered the wellness market by introducing its new grocery brand Simply Balanced. Approximately 40% of the new products are organic, and none of the items have hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils, high-fructose corn syrup, synthetic... Read more...
Miracles & Meals with Joanne Caras
Season 2 on Jewish Life Television
The TV show Miracles & Meals with Joanne Caras begins its second season on JLTV (Jewish Life Television), on Monday, June 10th. The show shares stories and recipes of Holocaust Survivors. It is filmed in Port St. Lucie at Caras’ home,... Read more...
Separating Egg Whites/Yolks
An EGGciting Internet craze on YouTube! A new way to separate egg whites/yolks using an empty plastic soda bottle. We saw it demonstrated, live, at a cooking demonstration and LOVED the idea The original video is in Japanese − just watch the pictures as it is self explanatory! The second video is in English and is a "take" on the original. We are posting this one just in case you need further explanation. Wish that we would have thought of this – so easy and so clever!