Description:The guest house is located in the Druze village named Peqi'in, in Upper Galilee, 7 kilometers east of Ma'alot Tarshiha, north of Carmiel. There are many tourist attractions in the area, as well as national parks. Each of the 50 rooms is equipped with... [more]
The section dealing with kosher food explains the basics of kashruth and kosher food preparation.
As kosher food has is becoming increasingly popular with general public (many people believe that kosher food is cleaner and healthier than regular food) and non-observant Jewish people (for both ideological and health reasons) we feel that some description of kosher food basics is needed.
For observant Jewish people we are adding more in-depth comments on various kosher food halachic questions based on rabbinical authorities' piskei din concerning kosher food.
Various subdivisions of the Kosher food section list kosher restaurants, caterers and kosher food producers from around the world.
Here we list kosher meat producers with full information on their hechsher. Sometimes kosher food is produced in non-kosher slaughter-houses made kosher especially for the shchitah, in this case we describe the whole process of such kosher meat production.
The kosher meat list also includes shochtim and specialized kosher meat shops.
The kosher wine list deals with both kosher wine producers and kosher wine sellers. You can search our database also for wines kosher for Pesach.
Please notice that under kosher wine we understand all products that hilchot hagefen apply to.
Kosher gift baskets
With its origin in the mishloach manot custom, kosher gift baskets were once domain of the Purim festival. As of today the kosher gift basket popularity has grown tremendously and includes kosher gift baskets for just every occasion: birthdays, weddings, shiva (condolence), brit milah and bar mitzvah, most holidays& There are special corporate kosher gift baskets and baby kosher gift baskets.
Make sure that the company of your choice does deliver to place you need many sellers send their kosher gift baskets to mainland US and Canada or Israel only.
With the growth of kosher tourism in recent years the need for kosher catering in places with no Jewish communities and no kosher restaurants has grown. While it was unthinkable to organize kosher catering in places like Central/Eastern Europe or South-East Asia few years ago you will find kosher caterers almost everywhere in the world today.
Most of them are, of course, based in places like NY or Israel but some will join your group and organize kosher catering in non-kosher hotels around the world.
London neighbourhoods Our family of four is traveling to London in July. We would like to look for an air bnb in a secular neighbourhood within an hour's walk to an Orthodox synagogue. Can you suggest some neighbourhoods for us to try?
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Caribbean, South America and Australia. The best Glatt Kosher cruise for the Jewish traveler.
Kosher Corner in Malta
“Answers” is a little Bistro on small Mediterranean Island providing kosher meals for Jewish residents and travellers. Bistro has two kitchens –kosher and non -kosher .
Reservations essential, as this bistro only opening their kosher kitchen when bookings placed
After a few years of cooking experiance for private entities and private events, Sarin Benhaim began her Glatt Kosher Miami Restaurant. With a little help from herfriends and family, she built Sarina's Kitchen, a showcase for Glatt Kosher experiance. The restaurant is simple, casual and relaxed. You can wear jeans or a suit, you can drink beer or champagne. Truly, it is all about the food. Every customer has the full attention and the feeling of eating home, the feel of the Jewish Mom's Kitechen and love.
Visiting Sarina's Kitchen Kosher Restaurant is like coming over to Benhaim’s house for friday night dinner. Welcoming you at the door, cooking your food, serving your drinks. Chef Sarin visits as many tables as she can each evening, mostly to talk and express her knowledge about the food. This is his dream come true, her passion and her life.
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