Are you looking for a falafel in South River? A dozen bagels in Manalapan? Or maybe you want to pick up some kosher steaks to grill at your beach rental? We’ve got you covered with a list of kosher…restaurants, markets, butchers, bagel stores, and more in Middlesex and Monmouth counties in New Jersey. We’ve also included supermarkets in the area that carry extensive amounts of kosher foods to help you stock your pantry—or motel room. Please note this list includes both kosher and non-kosher establishments. Please be sure that each kosher establishment meets… >> Read More
Every year, Purim reignites the quest for the perfect hamantaschen. Over the last few weeks I have heard the topic come up over and over again, and it seems people will sometimes go to extreme…lengths to find that perfect Purim cookie. At my synagogue in New Jersey, one woman drives all the way to Queens to pick up 1,500 of what she considers the cream of the crop, lest our Congregation Beth El’s mishloach manot (gift baskets) be filled with anything less. A friend of mine recently told me… >> Read More
Not all bagels are created equal.
Some people fear carbs like the plague, leading them to say that the Jewish deli is all but a memory. Fear not! Carbs and delis are abundant in the North and…Northwest Chicago suburbs. While they may not be your Bubbe’s deli of Devon Ave., they are vibrant, evolving, and crowded, all serving and baking the carb above all others—the bagel. There are plenty of bagel spots in cities with big Jewish populations, and you can be certain that we here in Chicago have a variety… >> Read More
Whether you are looking for a bagel and lox on Sunday morning, need to cater a bris or baby naming, send a shiva platter, or just want to pick up a challah on Friday afternoon, we have put together…the list of EVERYTHING related to Jewish food in the Detroit area. We even found an entire bakery dedicated to cheesecake and only cheesecake. Hungry yet? We are. The fine print: Kosher and non-Kosher establishments are listed below. Kosher certification is via Kosher Michigan (KM), Star-K (SK) or Vaad / Council of Orthodox Rabbis of Greater Detroit (VA).… >> Read More