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Yehuda Gluten Free Matzo-Style Squares are fiber enriched and kosher for Passover -- and year round. The squares are made from all-natural ingredients including tapioca starch, potato starch, potato flour, pressed palm oil, apple fiber, plant fiber, natural vinegar, egg yolks, honey, and salt. Each box contains about 10 matzos. Use these Matzo-Style Crackers as a snack, for dipping, or with a "schmear". They are a welcome addition to Passover for gluten-free diets. However, as is stated on the box, they should not be used as a replacement for matzo at a Seder.
- Lightly salted, wheat free
- Made in Isratel
- Kosher certified OU-P
- 10.5 ounce box
$7.69 at Whole Foods Markets. Other varieties of Yehuda Gluten Free Matzo-Style Squares are available online here .
If you would like a factory tour, enjoy one while in Jerusalem, or simply visit yehudamatzos.com.
Sparkling Water Crafted to Tingle Your Taste Buds
Over 130 years ago, Denis Crowley began making seltzer for the refreshment of his friends and family. Four generations later, Denis' great grandchildren are still crafting carbonated beverages in New England. Polar Seltzers now come in 17 varieties plus special limited edition seasonal flavors. One other change, the seltzer is no longer delivered by horse and carriage.
- Locally sourced, triple-filtered water
- State-of-the-art process to ensure a consistent and purely refreshing taste.
- No sodium, sugars, fluoride, gluten, carbs, or minerals added
- 100% NATURAL FLAVORS (...such as lemon peel, vanilla beans, mint leaves)
- Kosher Certified OU Parve
- Passover varieties when labeled OU-P Lime/lemon and Lemon/lime
For more information: Polarseltzer.com
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Not a Margarita...But a Wine-A-Rita!
Wine-A-Rita cocktail mixes are easy, convenient, a good party drink and great for wine drinkers. All you need is wine, ice and a blender. The mixes are very versatile and can be blended with your favorite red or white wine, vodka, or fruit juice (for a non-alcoholic drink). How easy is that! One of their newest products, Mix-It-Up!, contains 5 of their sensational flavors in one package. Now you don't have to pick a favorite – try them all and create frozen fun!
- 5 delicious flavor packets:
Wine Glacé: The mix may be blended with your favorite red or white wine. Try Merlot for a full bodied drink, White Zinfandel for a lighter taste, or a fruit wine for a sweeter treat. The options are never ending. For a non-alcoholic drink, mix with fruit juice.
Peach Belini: Harry's Bar in Venice claims credit for creating the Bellini, an Italian classic. Peach Bellini can be blended with your favorite White Wine or to add some bubbles to your Bellini, blend with Proscecco, Sparkling Wine or Champagne. Blend with ginger ale for a non-alcoholic treat.
Berry Pom-A-Rita: An all natural mix; no additives, preservatives, artificial flavors or colors. Blueberry and pomegranate are rich sources of antioxidants and offer great health benefits. A sweet, tart flavor. Blend with your favorite red or white wine. Blend with Cranberry Juice for an alcohol-free treat!
Señorita: A blend of two favorites things, wine and margaritas and lightened the taste with white wine. Blend with tequila for a traditional margarita. Blend with ginger ale for an alcohol-free treat.
CosmoRita: A sophisticated twist on a trendy city classic, with a combination of the cosmopolitan and a frozen cocktail. Blend with white wine or vodka. Our favorites are Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio.
- Each packet makes 36 ounces of frozen fun
- Mixing directions, wine suggestions, and recipes included
- Certified Kay Kosher (K KOF) by Rabbi Solomon B. Shapiro of Queens, NY.
To purchase, Amazon.com.
These Asian wraps, also known as won ton skins, are a cook's best friend. No need to make your own dough and roll it out when Nasoya has so aptly done the job! The won ton wraps have so many uses – from making Asian style dumpling, mini–quiche cups, baked chips, to creating Italian style ravioli. We always keep a package in the freezer.
- All natural
- Easy to use
- Fresh, refrigerated section
- Kosher certified OU parve
Make a healthy Baked Chips snack for the family by simply:
- Spray a baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray
- Place the wraps in a single layer
- Brush or spray the wraps with non-stick cooking spray, butter, or egg whites
- Bake in the oven at 375 for 5-6 minutes or until golden brown
- Season with salt & pepper and enjoy!
Want to get a little fancier – but still easy? Try this delicious recipe for Spinach Ravioli.
Available in the refrigerated department of most national grocery stores.
The combination and use of spices can turn a simple ingredient into a delectable delight. Indian cooking is a perfect example of using a mix of spices to awaken the taste buds. As with most ethnic cooking, the mix and use of spices is regional to the country, but there are the basic spices that most Indian recipes incorporate. The spices are used either whole − toasted to bring out the fragrance and intensify the flavor and then ground − or purchased pre-ground. Many Indian cooks keep their most frequently used spices in a Masala Dabba Box, which is a round stainless-steel container with seven smaller compartments for different spices. Indian cooking relies on spices in a way unlike any other world cuisine − give it a try and you will be hooked...we are!
The Basic Indian Spices:*
Ground Cumin and Whole Cumin Seeds: Dark brown seeds are very aromatic and are sold whole or finely ground. Widely used in spice mixes, curry powders, and in vegetable dishes, pickles, soups, and meat dishes.
Ground Coriander: Mild, with an aroma similar to lemon, sage, and caraway. It is used in curry powder spice mixes, pickling, and soups.
Turmeric: Intense yellow-orange color and related to ginger. Used to flavor and color food and is used in curry powder blends and plays an important role in imparting an appetizing golden color to dals and vegetable dishes.
Whole Mustard Seeds: Small, round seeds varying in color from black to brown to yellow are ubiquitous in southern Indian cooking, where the tempering of the oil in countless recipes begins with the addition of them. They pack a punch that is intensified in hot oil.
Whole Green Cardamom: This is the second most important spice in India after cumin seeds. The pods are used whole or ground. It is an ancient and extremely flavorful spice that is native to India and is used in both sweet and savory dishes.
Ground Garam Masala: A flavor-enhancing blend of spices used widely in Indian cuisine consisting of mace, cinnamon, cloves, green and black cardamom, cumin, black pepper, and nutmeg.
Try this tasty recipe for Crusty Russet Potatoes with Coriander – it is delicious!
Available at most national grocery stores and local Farmer's Markets
*source: How to Cook Indian by Sanjeev Kapoor
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