Kosher hot dog stand at Wrigley Field

March 21, 1837 – The City of Chicago was founded. October 8, 1871 -The day the Chicago fire was started. April 23, 1914 – The day Wrigley Field opened. November 4, 2016 – The Chicago Cubs win the World Series for the first time in 108 years. July 21, 2017 – The day Certified Kosher … [Read more…]

St. Louis Kosher BBQ Competition Re-cap By Rachel

Well, it’s been 2 weeks since competing in our first kosher bbq competition of the season, and life is finally back to normal (and I’m pretty sure we got all of the bbq stink out of everything).  Our team “5 Dudes and a Vegetarian” (Daniel Peikes, Elliott Fliegelman, Debbie Burg, Robert Feiger and me), competed … [Read more…]

Spicy Slaw with Pickled Jicama and Creamy Salsa Verde Dressing

Jicama Slaw

Welcome back from the Passover craziness! It feels like the Seder meals were forever ago, am I right?  Well, back to the swing of things, and this latest challenge ingredient is “Jicama”, also commonly known as a Mexican turnip.  I think it tastes somewhere in between an apple and a potato.  I love the versatility … [Read more…]

Minestrone Soup with Gluten-Free Matzah Balls

Ah, the dreaded “P” word.  The word that we Jews cringe when anyone utters it before Purim. Yes, I’m referring to “Pesach”!  HA!  It’s not that overwhelming, is it?  (Insert shoulder shrug emoji here).  And so it begins. Searching, sweeping, and cleaning out old, weird stuff from the fridge (you know, the stuff you forgot to … [Read more…]