Kosher Baking Adventures: Fun Springtime Treats for the Family

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Spring is the perfect time to get in the kitchen with family and friends and bake up a variety of seasonal treats. From cookies to tarts, there’s a world of possibilities to explore. However, even as you let your creativity run wild, it’s important to keep kosher. Sarah’s Kitchen will highlight the basics of kosher […]

Passover Preparations: Your Complete Guide to Kosher-for-Pesach Shopping

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Passover is one of the most important holidays in the Jewish faith. Also known as Pesach, Passover is the celebration of the Israelites’ escape from slavery in Egypt, as detailed in the Bible. While Passover is a time for friends and family to gather and celebrate their faith, it is also a time for specific […]

Rise and Shine with Kosher: Delicious Breakfast Ideas for an All-Kosher Morning

A hearty meal spread on a rustic table featuring sliced roast beef on bread, creamy hummus topped with olive oil and spices, vibrant green beans and broccoli, boiled eggs cut in halves, and a selection of olives. A mug of a hot beverage complements the meal, all presented on a textured background that enhances the homestyle and nourishing feel of the food.

Breakfast is often called the most important meal of the day, and for good reason. After a night of restful sleep, a wholesome breakfast can give you a burst of energy and sharpen your mind. And if you’re looking for great kosher breakfast options, an all-kosher market like Sarah’s Tent has got you covered. The […]

Spring into Kosher: Fresh Seasonal Produce and Recipe Ideas

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Springtime arrives with a flourish of fresh fruit and vegetables, which fit well into a kosher diet. When choosing new recipes to try, you can find all the ingredients in Sarah’s Tent, your local kosher grocery store! The Importance of Seasonal Eating There’s something special about fresh produce. It’s not just tastier; it’s also a […]

Elevate Your Shabbat Spread: Kosher Delicacies and Wine Pairings

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Shabbat, also known simply as “Sabbath” is the day of celebration that begins on Friday before sunset and ends on the following day after night falls. It’s an important time in Jewish tradition and culture, focusing on the joy of family and the simple pleasure of gathering around a meal. The right food and wine […]

Celebrate Love and Kosher Cuisine: A Romantic Dinner Recipe Guide

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Nothing says “I love you” like a home-cooked kosher meal for two. Eating kosher not only shows our reverence to God—it also helps us feel connected to the people we love most. This Valentine’s Day, wow your special someone with a candlelit kosher dinner that’s sure to impress. We’ll help you plan every detail so […]

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth with This Chocolate Rugelach Recipe

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Rugelach is a classic kosher treat to be enjoyed any time of year, especially around the holidays. While these pastries may look like they could only be crafted in a bakery, it’s easy to make them at home. Here’s a great chocolate rugelach recipe for you to try this season. Chocolate Rugelach Ingredients To prepare […]

Plant a Tree for Tu BiShvat: How the “New Year of the Trees” is Celebrated

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Every year on the 15th day of Shevat, Jewish people all over the world celebrate Tu BiShvat. This day is commonly known as both Rosh HaShanah La’Ilanot (“New Year of The Trees”) as well as Israeli Arbor Day because of its heavy emphasis on environmental preservation. Let’s go over the significance of this holiday in […]

Bake Your First Challah Loaf with This Step-By-Step Guide

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Do you want to enjoy soft, warm bread while making your house smell divine at the same time? Let me introduce you to a tried and true challah bread recipe. What is Challah Bread? Challah, pronounced ḥallāh, is a deliciously sweet, twisted bread that’s served at most Jewish holiday meals. It was originally just a […]