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Woman’s Day Magazine (October 1945) … JEWLARIOUS – Keeping it Kosher (July 3, 2013 / 25 Tammuz 5773) …item 2.. Quick and Healthy Summer Suppers (May 23, 2013) …
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COMSTOCK Pie Sliced Apples are scarce just now because Ma Nature was mighty stingy with the ONLY apples Comstock will accept—finest New York State apples!

Of course, Nature is unfair to piemakers, who save so much time and work with NO PEEL, NO CORE, NO WASTE. She’s unfair to folks who insists on Comstock’s richness and fresh flavor for every apple dish.

When enough really fine apples grow on trees again, your grocer will offer delicious Comstock Pie Sliced Apples in the handy jar or can.

Remember the name Comstock!
Comstock Canning Corporation Newark, New York

While your favorite apples are away…Try the New Comstock Pie Pumpkin. Make rich, spicy Thanksgiving pumpkin pie all year ’round. Look for the Comstock jar!
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Food and beverage companies are scrambling to go kosher to capture the lucrative kosher market.
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July 3, 2013 / 25 Tammuz 5773
by Mark Miller

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Jewlarious Satire – When I was 17 years old, a Protestant high school classmate told me that her mother recommended that she marry a Jewish man. Why? “Because they’re responsible, they have good, professional jobs, and they won’t beat you.”

Jews are not only good for women to marry, they’re also, as we know, good for businesses in general. In the Southern California area, A Nice Jewish Boy Moving and Storage Company has been in operation since 1985. And if there’s anyone that knows about relocation, it’s we Jews.

The number one reason people buy kosher is for food quality (62%).

Lately, a number of new food and drink companies have placed Jews on their radar. Those companies are becoming increasingly interested in kosher, as they find it a powerful marketing tool. According to a new report by market research firm Mintel, the number one reason people buy kosher is for food quality (62%). The second most common reason is “general healthfulness” (51%). And the third is food safety (34%). Only 1% said they purchase kosher foods to follow kosher religious rules.

Realizing all this, food companies have been eager to cash in on the strong and growing U.S. market for kosher food and drink. And they have. According to Mintel, the growth in sales of kosher products – up 41 percent from 2003 to 2010 and projected to grow an additional 23 percent in 2013 – owes less to the popularity of keeping kosher or to new products than to existing products becoming certified by major kosher certifiers such as OU Kosher, Star-K Kosher, and COR.

As one example, synagogues are increasingly organizing events around whiskey, and whiskey makers are reaching out to the Jewish market. One such whiskey maker, Whiskey Jewbilee, has obtained official kosher certification for its bottlings. It recently drew a crowd of 250 to its tasting at Manhattan West Side Institutional Synagogue.

One wonders about how many new and established companies will decide to target this vibrant kosher foods and drink market – and exactly what their marketing campaigns might be. Perhaps the following might be representative of what we could be seeing one day in our increasingly expanding kosher foods and drink universe.
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— Kosher Jerky

Ask any fan of kosher cuisine what the one food he or she most wishes was available in kosher format and you’ll invariably get the same response: “Jerky!” Each cow-shaped package of Jerome’s Jewlicious Judaic Jerky has been thoroughly inspected and certified by a CKJI – a Certified Kosher Jerky Inspector who once was a cowboy and before that a butcher. And when you think of it, what puts a bigger smile on the face of a hungry young child coming home from school than a heaping hunk of hearty Hebraic hide? Remember – “If it’s not Jerome’s, it’s not jerky.”
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— Orange Jews

No, this is not members of the tribe who’ve stayed on the tanning bed too long. It’s simply America’s favorite breakfast juice, from organic oranges grown and picked by Jews for Jews. After it’s been certified kosher, the juice is poured into containers in the shapes and images of the characters from the musical “Fiddler on the Roof.” The gallon-size Tevye container is anticipated to be the most popular. But you’ll also enjoy serving and pouring your Orange Jews from the Golde, Tzeitel, Hodel, Chava, Yente, Perchik and Lazar Wolf containers. Orange Jews – “There’s a little bit of l’chaim in every glass.”
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— Fortune-chokes

We all love artichokes. We all love fortune cookies. It was only a question of time until some enterprising person created a fortune artichoke – the Fortune-choke. Inside each kosher artichoke is a Jewish fortune. Qvell to such life-enhancing fortunes as, “Your daughter’s about to marry a doctor,” “You should only live in comfort and security for the remainder of your days,” and “Don’t worry – the doctor will let you know it’s benign.” Three deluxe Fortune-choke versions will be available: 1) The artichokes are dyed the blue and white colors of the Israeli flag. 2) A Marc Chagall painting will be silk-screened onto the artichoke. 3) A sound chip will be inserted so that when you cut into the heart, it will play selections from “Yentl.”
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— Jewcy Fruit Jewing Gum

The Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company introduces the first Semitic companion to its mega-popular Juicy Fruit Gum – Jewcy Fruit Jewing Gum, the world’s first kosher gum. Just as the old Bazooka Bubble Gum used to have little comics included inside its wrapping, Jewcy Fruit will contain Torah commentary by the great Jewish sages of history. Finally, with every chew, you can feel confident that you’re chewing a gum that’s been prepared in a strictly kosher fashion. Available in a variety of flavors, including pastrami, kugel, lox, matzhoh brei, and herring in cream sauce. Also available – a silent version for chewing in shul.
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— McDicksteins Fast Food Restaurant

It’s only a question of time until an international kosher fast food restaurant chain appears. Most likely, it will pattern itself after the current fast food king, McDonalds. At McDicksteins, you’ll no doubt be able to order a Big Moishe burger with non-dairy cheese, a KinderMeal with accompanying tchatchke, some crispy Jerusalem Fries, and a Seltzer Shake. Ad slogan: “I’m qvellin’ it!”
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— Jewvioli

We all love ravioli. Well, most of us do. There is this one guy in North Dakota who could take it or leave it, but he’s always been a contrarian. But I digress. Jewvioli, the world’s first certified kosher ravioli, has not only been inspected by the kosher certifiers, but also has scenes from Moses’ parting of the Red Sea printed onto each ravioli square. And the sauce? Put it this way – there’ll be no qvetching after tasting the first mouthwatering bite of the Next Year in Jerusalem-covered Jewvioli. And if there is? Don’t give them any fortune-chokes until they finish their Jewvioli.

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by Norene Gilletz | May 23, 2013 in Recipes

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Summer is a terrific time to explore the great outdoors. Home gardens, roadside farm stands and farmers’ markets are overflowing with a wide variety of fresh vegetables and fruits that are ripe for the picking.

Simple suggestions to make mealtime preparations a breeze:

• Serve foods that can be enjoyed cold or at room temperature and require no heating. To prepare salad greens ahead of time, wash well, cut in bite-size pieces and spin dry in a lettuce spinner. Wrap them up in either paper towels or tea towels, place in a large Ziploc bag and refrigerate. The towels will absorb any excess moisture and the greens will stay fresh and crisp for a week.

• Grilled vegetables taste terrific either hot or at room temperature. My favorites include portobello mushrooms, chunks of red and yellow peppers, zucchini and onions tossed with a little olive oil, balsamic vinegar, minced garlic, salt and pepper. They only take about 10 minutes to cook on a hot grill. They are excellent as a side dish, or in wraps and salads.

• Grill/barbecue extra steaks, hamburgers, chicken and fish. Let cool, then wrap individually and freeze extras for another day. They can be thawed and heated quickly in a microwave and will taste as if they just came off the grill.

• Your slow cooker is ideal when the weather is hot. Assemble ingredients the night before in the insert of your slow cooker, cover and refrigerate overnight. In the morning, place the insert into the heating unit and set the timer. Go out for the day and enjoy the sunshine. When you return, dinner will be done!

• Watermelon Ice Cubes: Cut watermelon flesh into 1-inch chunks and discard any seeds. Puree in a blender or food processor until smooth, pour into ice cube trays and freeze.

• Freeze fresh fruits such as berries, peaches, nectarines and kiwi. They’re perfect to have on hand for making refreshing smoothies. No need to thaw the fruit first—just toss them in the blender or food processor with a little orange juice, milk or yogurt and process until thick and frothy. If necessary, add a little honey or sugar to taste.
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— GAZPACHO
Yields 6 servings

No cooking required! Gazpacho is a classic Spanish soup made with ripe tomatoes and other summer vegetables. This uncooked chilled soup is very refreshing on a hot summer day and is a wonderful thirst-quencher. Be careful not to over-process the vegetables.

… 1 English cucumber (do not peel)
… 1 green or red bell pepper, cored and seeded
… 1 medium onion
… 6 firm, ripe tomatoes, cored
… 4 cloves garlic
… Juice of 1/2 lemon (or 2 tablespoons lemon juice)
… 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil or canola oil
… 1/2 teaspoon chili powder
… 1 tablespoon fresh minced basil (or 1/2 teaspoon dried)
… 1 tablespoon salt (or to taste)
… 2 1/2 cups tomato juice
… Additional chopped vegetables and basil for garnish

Cut cucumber, bell pepper, onion and tomatoes into 1-inch chunks. Insert steel blade in processor bowl. Process cucumber with quick on/off pulses, until finely chopped. Transfer to a large bowl. Repeat with green pepper, onion and tomatoes, adding each in turn to the mixing bowl.

Drop garlic through the feed tube while the machine is running and process until minced. Add lemon juice, oil, chili powder, basil and salt. Add half the tomato juice and process until smooth.

Add juice mixture to chopped vegetables along with remaining tomato juice. Adjust seasonings to taste.

Ladle soup into a serving pitcher, cover and refrigerate several hours or overnight to blend flavors.

Serve chilled. Garnish with additional chopped vegetables and basil if desired.

Note: This keeps about a week in the refrigerator.

Do not freeze.
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— BRUSCHETTA
Yields about 8 servings

This easy and healthy appetizer tastes best when fresh tomatoes are in season. The tomato mixture also makes a terrific topping for grilled fish, chicken or burgers.

… 1 clove garlic
… 1/4 cup fresh basil leaves
… 4 firm, ripe tomatoes, cored and quartered
… Salt and pepper to taste
… Dash of cayenne pepper
… 2 to 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
… 1 tablespoon lemon juice (preferably fresh)

Crostini
… Eight 1-inch slices French or Italian crusty bread
… 2 additional cloves garlic, cut in half

Insert steel blade in processor bowl. Process 1 clove garlic with basil until minced.

Add tomatoes and process with several quick on/off pulses, just until coarsely chopped. Do not over-process.

Season with salt, pepper, oil, lemon juice and cayenne. Process with 3 or 4 quick on/off pulses, until tomatoes are coarsely chopped. (Can be prepared in advance and refrigerated.)

Crostini: Toast or grill bread slices on both sides until crisp and golden. Rub 1 side of bread slices with cut garlic. Brush lightly with remaining olive oil.

Shortly before serving, top each crostini with some of the tomato mixture. Serve immediately.

Note: Recipe doubles easily. Tomato mixture keeps 2 to 3 days in the refrigerator. Don’t freeze.

Dairy Variation
Bruschetta is also delicious topped with grated mozzarella, Swiss, Monterey Jack or Parmesan cheese. Broil briefly before serving. These are perfect as a light main dish when served with a big garden salad.

Chef’s Secrets:
Use any kind of tomatoes you have on hand. Italian plum tomatoes (Roma) have less seeds and juice, making a thicker mixture.

Choose tomatoes that are vine-ripened, firm and heavy for their size. For best flavor, store tomatoes at room temperature, not in the refrigerator. They will keep 4 to 5 days.

Tomatoes are packed with lycopene, a cancer-fighting antioxidant that gives tomatoes their bright red color. When tomatoes are cooked, more of the lycopene becomes available.
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— GRILLED MEDITERRANEAN CHICKEN SALAD
Yields 6 servings as a main dish

This scrumptious meal-in-one-salad is packed with vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. Instead of basil, you can easily substitute other dried or fresh herbs such as rosemary, oregano or thyme.

… 6 skinless, boneless, single chicken breasts
… 3 red bell peppers, cut in quarters
… 6 large portobello mushrooms, stems discarded
… 1 package (10-ounce) mixed salad greens
… 1 medium red onion, quartered and thinly sliced
… Salt and freshly ground black pepper
… 1/3 cup toasted slivered almonds, for garnish

Dressing
… 1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil
… 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
… 3 cloves garlic, minced
… 2 tablespoons minced fresh basil (or 1 teaspoon dried)
… 1/2 teaspoon salt
… Freshly ground black pepper

Dressing: In a small bowl, whisk together oil, vinegar, garlic, basil, salt and pepper. Place chicken breasts in a resealable plastic bag and add 1/4 cup of the dressing. (Refrigerate remaining dressing.)

Marinate chicken for at least 30 minutes or up to 48 hours in the refrigerator. Turn bag over occasionally to coat chicken on all sides.

Preheat grill. Brush peppers and mushrooms with 3 tablespoons of the reserved dressing. Grill over indirect medium-high heat, turning once, for about 8 to 10 minutes.

Grill chicken breasts over indirect heat until juices run clear and meat is no longer pink in the center, about 8 to 10 minutes (4 to 5 minutes per side). Discard any leftover marinade from the chicken.

Remove chicken, peppers and mushrooms from the grill and transfer them to a cutting board. Cut into 1/2-inch wide strips. (Can be prepared up to a day in advance and refrigerated until serving time.)

At serving time, combine salad greens and red onion slices in a large bowl. Drizzle with reserved salad dressing and toss well. Season with salt and pepper.

Transfer salad mixture to a large serving platter or individual serving plates. Add grilled peppers and mushrooms. Top with sliced chicken and sprinkle with almonds.

Serve chilled.

Variation
Substitute 12 boneless, skinless chicken thighs for chicken breasts.
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— CONFETTI QUINOA SALAD
Yields 8 servings

Quinoa is high in protein, cooks quickly and is gluten-free. It makes an excellent alternative to rice or couscous in salads and pilafs.

… 3 cups vegetable or chicken broth
… 1 1/2 cups quinoa
… 3/4 cup diced red onion
… 1 cup diced cucumber
… 1/2 cup diced red bell pepper
… 1/2 cup diced yellow bell pepper
… 1/2 cup diced celery
… 1/4 cup chopped fresh basil
… 1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley
… 3/4 cup dried cranberries
… 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
… 3 tablespoons orange juice
… 2 tablespoons honey
… Salt and pepper to taste
… 1/4 cup toasted sliced almonds or chopped pistachios, for garnish

Bring broth to a boil in a medium saucepan over high heat. Place quinoa in a fine-mesh strainer and rinse under cold running water for 1 to 2 minutes, until water runs clear. (Note: Some brands of quinoa don’t require pre-rinsing.)

Add quinoa to boiling liquid. Reduce heat to low and simmer, covered, for 15 minutes or until liquid is absorbed. Remove from heat and let stand, covered, for 5 minutes. Fluff with a fork. Transfer to a large bowl and let cool. (Can be prepared in advance and refrigerated.)

Combine quinoa with onion, cucumber, peppers, celery, basil, parsley, dried cranberries, olive oil, orange juice and honey. Toss to combine. Season with salt and pepper.

Sprinkle with nuts at serving time.

Note: This will keep 2 to 3 days in the refrigerator.

Do not freeze.
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Copyright ©Norene Gilletz

Norene Gilletz of Toronto, Canada, is the author of nine cookbooks, including The NEW Food Processor Bible: 30th Anniversary Edition (Vancouver, Canada, 2011) and Norene’s Healthy Kitchen (Vancouver, Canada, 2009). She is a freelance food writer, culinary consultant, cookbook editor, lecturer and culinary spokesperson.

This article was featured in Jewish Action Summer 2013.

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