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Interviews with chefs, cookbook authors, entertainers and more. We discuss everything and anything that pertains to the kosher lifestyle.

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Our guest on this show is Reyna Simnegar, author of Persian Food from The Non-Persian Bride. We will talk about food, cultural differences, how she acclimated and more.

My guest is Rukhl Schaechter, award winning writer for the Forverts. We will talk about Yiddish, a language many thought was dying, a language enjoying a revival. We will talk about her work at the weekly, her yiddish cooking videos and more.

Coming to you from Brooklyn's Pomegranate, New York's largest kosher supermarket, we will be talking with Avi Gantz - General Manager, Ari Heineman - Meat Department Manager and Chef Boris from the Deli Department.

This evening we will be talking with Jacques Dahan, manager of the Michel Cluizel Chocolatier shop on 584 5th Avenue, New York. NY. Why did a successful French chocolatier decide to produce kosher products and how did they go about... more

We will be talking with the Dean of the Center for Kosher Culinary Arts, Chef Avram Wiseman, and the school's Director Jesse Blonder. The show was pretaped over an early dinner at Brooklyn's Cafe Venezia.

Cookbooks, specialized diets and trends

Costas Mouzouras, Manager at Gotham Wines & Liquors will join us for the first half hour. He will tell how kosher wine evolved from being the industry's laughingstock to the point of winning international awards in direct competition... more

Prerecorded interviews with the movers, shakers and innovators in today's kosher food market, taped at Kosherfest 2011, this past Tuesday and Wednesday.

We will be talking with mom blogger Esti Berkowitz, from Primetime Parenting, Kim Amzallag, Director of Marketing for The Jewish Daily Forward, and Soshana Raff, mom bloger at The Kosher Shopaholic. We will be discussing next week's... more

Our guests are member of the Venice Jewish Community' Board Corrado Calimani and superb, delightful blogger Alessandra Rovati from Dinner in Venice.

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