The planned 5,000 chicken-a-day kosher slaughterhouse in New Square, N.Y. is moving closer to approval nearly five years after its predecessor was closed down by federal inspectors.
Morrell Caterers, the Long Island company accused of violating Jewish law by preparing Kosher and non-Kosher food in the same kitchen, is now being given the boot by one of the synagogues it served.
On Long Island, being poor doesn’t mean you’ll miss out on celebrating the Jewish exodus from slavery in Egypt this Passover.
New Yorker City residents love to brag about their bagels and marble rye bread. When it comes to kosher goodies, NYC offers serious selection, but here are our picks for the best kosher grocers in New York.
Lawyers representing 500 current and former busboys, waiters and bartenders are filing a class action lawsuit claiming the caterer withheld $10 million in gratuities.
According to the general manager and chef of Morrell Caterers on Long Island, people paid a premium for Kosher foods at over 200 weddings, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, and other events, but everything was tainted.
When H&H Bagels closed up its Upper West Side location in June, it left a neighborhood yearning for fresh hot bagels.
New York City has a knack for its Jewish delis and its denizens are loyal to the ones they love; it’s an important relationship. Start yours here, with our list of the best Jewish delis in NYC.
The victim was found behind a kosher food market in North Lawrence by municipal workers who stopped to turn around their salting truck.
The division’s eight inspectors and an assistant were laid-off Jan. 1. The cuts were implemented under former Gov. David Paterson. Only the division’s director is still employed.
These days, kosher cuisine in NYC has way more to offer than just corned beef and knishes.