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  • 00:18

    Kosher Foodies to Follow - Kosher Cooks, Bakers, Recipes and Resources

    in Food

    Kosher Foodies to Follow - Kosher Cooks, Bakers, Recipes and Resources


    As you may know, I am very active on Twitter and other social media sites. I have met and interviewed some wonderful people that share their favorite recipes and family traditions.


    In this episode, I share the people and businesses that I follow that focus on Kosher foods, recipes and traditions. Please follow me on Twitter @TheRecipeBox and let me know your Kosher Foodie favorites!


     

  • 01:35

    'Kosher'

    in Spirituality

    Have you ever wanted to make a film or have you ever wondered how to make a film?
    Join us on Tuesday when the film makers of the movie 'Kosher' visit Dawn Tevy and discuss their film project and how it became a reality.
     
    Description: David Zimmerman is a young rabbi who dreams of leading a congregation and helping his community. Unfortunately, he is stuck in a job blessing pickles at a factory and interning with a Rabbi who won’t promote him. That is, until he gets an offer to be the head rabbi at a comically small congregation in Des Moines. He is suddenly faced with the biggest decision of his life, which he may not be prepared for.
     
    Directed By Thijs Bazelmans Written By Benjamin Glickstein Produced By Exec Producer: Curran Engel. Producers: Alan Wigley, Kara Frias, Benjamin Glickstein, Keely Stanley, Patrick Hughes, Woo-kyoung Lee, Alexanderson Bolano, Norman Wohiren, Tamara Turner, Elysa Sardinha.

  • 00:34

    In Conversation with Brenda Laredo, Founder and CEO of Skinny Kosher Creations

    in Food

    Our guest, Brenda Laredo, has spent the last 15 years in the weight loss industry. We are talking about Skinny Kosher Creations offerings, from delicious meals to energy bars.

  • 00:52

    Sustainably Kosher

    in Food

    Join todays program where we will feature KOL Foods, a grass fed organic Kosher meat company that is taking delicious, sustainable organic meats to the next level. KOL Foods Founder Devora Kimelman-Block  will tell us how she started the company,  and all the products and services they offer. We will also be joined by Rabbi Josh Katzan who will give us insights on how he is helping to spread the word on Kosher as well as combining Ethics and Sustainability within his Congregation. 

  • 01:41

    The Kosher Extortion Tax (and why it matters)...

    in Politics

    Tonight, join an Observer as we discuss the extortion known as the kosher tax, avoiding kosher products, and why the jew's forcing of their inane laws upon we mere "goyim" is an act of domination over us...as is circumcision.


    Your calls are welcomed and encouraged.

  • 00:47

    Everyday KC - Kosher in KC

    in Judaism

    There's a lot more to Kosher than meets the eye. Today we talk to Rabbi Mendel Segal, the Executive Director and Rabbinic Coordinator of Vaad HaKashruth of Kansas City, an organization that helps "kasher" and certify as Kosher, everything from meal preparations to enitre kitchens. We also talk about Kosher BBQ and the Jewish Art Festival going on this weekend in Overland Park. 

    Rachel will tell us about the parties at this year's American Royal World Series of BBQ and more fun on Everyday KC! 

    http://www.everyday-kc.com

  • 00:47

    EverydayKC - Kosher in KC

    in Judaism

    There's a lot more to Kosher than meets the eye. Today we talk to Rabbi Mendel Segal, the Executive Director and Rabbinic Coordinator of Vaad HaKashruth of Kansas City, an organization that helps "kasher" and certify as Kosher, everything from meal preparations to enitre kitchens. We also talk about Kosher BBQ and the Jewish Art Festival going on this weekend in Overland Park. Rachel will tell us about the parties at this year's American Royal World Series of BBQ and more fun on Everyday KC! 

  • 02:46

    Renegade Round Table w/ Shaun Surplus and Whoever Wants To Join

    in Politics

    A great many things to discuss here on the Renegade Round Table tonight, as we move further into the age of jewocracy.  The smell of kosher pretzels and beer is in the air as Shaun takes the reigns for this evenings broadcast, where YOU are welcome.  Join in and let us know what's on your mind.

  • 00:13

    U.S. ambassador says Israel has been ignoring appeals to cooperate

    in Christianity

    1. Dan Shapiro, the US ambassador to Israel, said on Monday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been ignoring appeals to begin talks on ramped up security cooperation with the US based on the assumption that Congress will approve the nuclear deal with Iran. 

    2. The conclusion of a new astronomical study pulls no punches, stating that “the Universe is slowly dying.” Astronomers have believed as much for years, but the new findings establish the cosmos’ decline with unprecedented precision. 

    3. The Temple Institute, a 28-year-old organization that has built more than 70 artifacts that can be used when a Third Temple is built, has launched a new project to import frozen embryos from Red Angus cattle in the United States to create a herd of kosher red heifers in Israel. 

    4. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif’s visit to Turkey was cancelled on Tuesday, when he had been expected to present the Islamic Republic’s recently developed initiative to reach a peace deal in Syria. 

    5. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will visit Tehran in the coming months as part of a PA effort to strengthen ties with the Islamic republic. 

    You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com. 

    The prophetic passage of Scripture that we are looking at today is 2 Kings 7:1-2 which reads: "Then Elisha said, Hear ye the word of the Lord; Thus saith the Lord, To morrow about this time shall a measure of fine flour be sold for a shekel, and two measures of barley for a shekel, in the gate of Samaria. Then a lord on whose hand the king leaned answered the man of God, and said, Behold, if the Lord would make windows in heaven, might this thing be? And he said, Behold, thou shalt see it with thine eyes, but shalt not eat thereof." 

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  • 00:45

    The Kosher Tax - Another Filthy Jew Scam

    in Education

    Our German Ancestry


    Hosted by:  Robert Schlattmann


    What are those funny little symbols on almost every label at the store?  What is a Kosher Tax?  What the hell is "Kosher" anyway?  What does it mean?  Why does everyone in the world have to pay the tax?  Is there something more sinister behind the tax?  Can we "opt-out" of this filthy jew extortion?  Can we get a refund of the "kosher tax" money that was stolen from us?  How long has this scam been in place?  Why can't we get any honest answers on this topic?  Are we being poisoned if we purchase "non-kosher" food items?  Is that how they coerce us to pay the Kosher Tax?  Why are we being exposed to toxins, poisons, intimidation, and extortion?  These filthy jew rats are about to be drowned in a sea of Aryan anger after we muster all "hands on deck" to "clean ship" of all these disgusting rodents.  The worst of these kosher rats should be hung high from the halyards and fed to the garbage eating gulls, and the rest of the tribe should be keelhauled, because the sharks have to eat too.  


     

  • Best of the Summer Fancy Food Show with Chef Rachel Weston

    in Radio

    Food, glorious food! The recent summer Fancy Food Show in NY is only a memory, and my huge assortment of samples have been eaten or given away. For you foodies who are wondering what’s new in food, listen up. The Specialty Food Association is a community of food artisans, purveyors, importers and entrepreneurs who bring craft, care and joy to the distinctive foods they sell. Established in 1952, the trade association provides members with tools, knowledge and connections to nurture their companies. The Specialty Food Association produces the Fancy Food Show and presents the sofi Awards (big winner was Pipcorn) to honor excellence in specialty foods. The trends at the FFS predict what we’ll find next on store shelves and included the latest of beverages and sauces, chocolates and cheeses, cocktail mixers and condiments from 2,600 specialty food companies representing 50 countries. In its 61st year, there were over 22,000 attendees. We’re seeing more foods that are organic, gluten free, non GMO, Paleo, Kosher, and Halal. Top trends included ultra spicy condiments, flavored gazpachos, beets in unexpected places, booze infused products like maple syrup, booze from the Port Morris Distillery, fermented foods, popcorn, and coconut everywhere. Chef Rachel Weston and I will share some of our favorite foods from the show (Sin in a Tin for me). After the show, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.