kashrut

Kalo café and the kashrut certificate controversy

According to kashrut rules, a non-Jewish cook cannot light the burners (or the stove).

02/07/2020
Hummus and Falafel, Israel's favorite chickpea-based dishes
‘Kashrut shaming’ leads to backlash by celebrated falafel bar

The COVID-19 lockdown created severe difficulties for restaurants across the country which faced a catastrophic fall off in revenue during the height of the government's social-distancing.

Hungary makes lockdown exception for Israeli kosher slaughterhouse workers

The initiative allows one of the only kosher slaughterhouses in Europe operating during the pandemic to remain open.

By ZEV STUB
07/05/2020
‘Mehadrin’ hotel set up for quarantined religious and ultra-Orthodox

Many of those infected with coronavirus have been placed in hotels which have been turned into quarantine centers so as not to infect their family members.

Yehonatan Vadai in fron of his Bab al-Yemen restaurant
Could kosher restaurants soon be able to open on Shabbat?

The Chief Rabbinate has for a long time however refused to grant kashrut licenses for restaurants which open on Shabbat.

kosher wagyu
Kosher wagyu beef? Yes, please

Since Segev Burger opened in our neighborhood in Talpiot about two years ago, my family have been faithful customers.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
29/11/2019
Steak from Gillis Steak House
Kosher venison available in the UK for the first time in 100 years

The taste of venison - meat from a deer - is described as similar to the one of beef but more complex, stronger, "with a somewhat sweet taste to it that will remind you of both lamb and beef."

Eurovision Shabbat dinner Dov Lasker, an active member of the Modern Orthodox community in Tel Aviv,
Shabbat in Jerusalem

A source close to the orchestra told Cidor that the company received a call three hours before the festival was scheduled to open and was ordered to cancel the shows.

Ask the Rabbi: What’s cooking?

KASHRUT STANDARDS in the IDF have greatly improved over the years, and we should be thankful for this.

By SHLOMO BRODY
03/08/2019
Book review: A feast in Jewish food ethics

Practical ideas that can produce a healthier, more compassionate, just, peaceful and environmentally sustainable world.

By RICHARD H. SCHWARTZ
17/07/2019
Subscribe for our daily newsletter
Subscribe for our daily newsletter

By subscribing I accept the terms of use