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    He'Brew Beer has always been a favorite beverage of ours, but for those under 21, Jones Soda just came out with this awesome limited edition Jones Soda 2007 Chanukah Pack with flavors Latke Soda, Apple Sauce Soda, Chocolate Coins Soda and Jelly Doughnut Soda. YUM. More great news - it's kosher. Seems like the perfect beverage for a Chanukah party to us!

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    Today we headed over to Kosherfest at the Javitz Center in NYC, where kosher food companies "exhibit" their products. Kedem, Manischewitz, Streitz's, you name it, they were all there.We were on the prowl for new products for our nosh section, and although we did not find anything new for the site, we did fill up quite a bit. It was such a huge show, and naturally, we wanted to try everything. We were very tactful, and careful to take kashrus into consideration. WE first hit all the dairy booths, waited...

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    Brooklyn restaurant Miriam, which serves Israeli food came up with the ingenious idea of a "biblical feast" menu. Throughout October, the restaurant is offering a special menu inspired by the the Bible's "magnificent, sumptuous, and detailed descriptions of feasts." Owner Rafael Hasid spent months talking to rabbi's and food scholars coming up with a menu that includes Ezekiel Bread, Jacob's Stew, and stuffed figs. More info here: http://www.miriamrestaurant.com/live/

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    Our friend Sari Victoria shared this Manischewitz Sangria (aka "Mangria") recipe with us back at Passover, and with the warm weather and all we thought it was a great time to share it with you. Ingredients:1 Bottle Manischewitz1 Orange thinly sliced1 Lemon thinly sliced1 Lime thinly sliced1 Liter club sodaSugar to tasteDirections:In a large pitcher combine the wine and sliced fruit. Refrigerate overnight. Before serving add club soda and sugar. Mix well and serve. L'Chaim!

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    We attended an incredibly fun event today at the New Shul in NYC - the "Battle of the Briskets" a brisket bake off! Members of the shul were invited to enter their brisket into the contest - and lucky us, we got to try all of them. The judges included Gail Simmons (who we spoke to afterwards and was really, really lovely), a judge on the show “Top Chef”; Joshua Neuman, publisher of Heeb Magazine; and food writer Ed Levine. One of our favorites was the "Jewritos Brisket" served shredded...