THROW AWAY YOUR COOKBOOKS, DUSTY FOOD MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPER RECIPE CLIPPINGS: KOSHER.COM IS HERE!
KOSHER.COM FOR PASSOVER & IS YEAR-ROUND
A MASSIVE COLLECTION OF FREE, SEARCHABLE RECIPES, VIVID VIDEOS, COOKING & SERVING IDEAS LIKE NO OTHER, WITH NEW CONTENT ADDED DAILY
Comprehensive, Easy-To-Use Website Is The Ultimate Go-To Source
Thousands of Digitized Kosher Recipes from Years of Magazines, Newspapers, Cookbooks, Websites & Recipe Columns, All Available Under One Umbrella Site
March 23, 2017, Bayonne, NJ – Imagine not having to comb through all your cookbooks, magazines and newspaper clippings for that one recipe you know is there, somewhere!
Kosher.com is the go-to source for anything and everything kosher – recipes, original vivid videos, menu planning, tablescapes, centerpieces, food to make with the kids, food substitutions and more, with picture quality that looks so good you’ll want to reach out and eat right from your screen!
Kosher.com simplifies your search for just the right kosher recipe – be it gluten-free, Syrian-style or low calorie, you’ll find thousands upon thousands of kosher recipes under one umbrella site. They’ve been collected, archived and digitized from your favorite cookbooks, magazines, kosher chefs and more, some that were printed long-ago to current favorites, plus original recipes exclusive to kosher.com.
Kosher.com is ready for Passover, too. Its immense collection of free recipes, videos, and other valuable content just got bigger with the addition of Passover resources from notable chefs, cookbook authors, food bloggers, and the strong Kosher.com community.
Kosher.com’s massive recipe library is fully searchable, allowing users to find exactly what they need. Recipes can be filtered by ingredient, dietary needs, type of cuisine, chef, holiday, and even by level of difficulty.
The site features mouth-watering recipes from renowned kosher cooks including Victoria Dweck, Chanie Nayman, Susie Fishbein, Naomi Nachman, Jamie Geller, Renee Muller, Miriam Pascal, Chanie Apfelbaum, and many other leading names in the kosher food community. Other recipes are culled from a variety of sources including Passover cookbooks, the Kosher Cook-Off, Artscroll cookbooks, Joy of Kosher, and KosherScoop.com, to name a few.
Kosher.com also includes the first-ever collection of recipes from Mishpacha, Bayis, Binah and Ami magazines available in one resource directory. “When our audience and readers told us that some of their most cherished recipes came from these magazines, we knew we had to share them with the Kosher.com community,” said Leah Gottheim, Vice President of Kosher.com. For the first time ever, recipes from these popular publications are online and free of charge on kosher.com. And new recipes and content are being added every day.
“With kosher.com we wanted to develop a unique and comprehensive cooking and recipe site that would provide everything the kosher cook would need. I want to make the endless ‘what’s for dinner’ search a lot easier for people, by giving them so many new ideas,” says Gottheim. “We’re getting such great feedback, especially from parents who love watching our videos with their kids and then cooking the recipes together.”
For Passover and year-round, Kosher.com’s recipes come to life with beautiful videos of food in the making, from beginner to gourmet and all skill levels in between. “Our Passover-specific videos and articles help and inspire users on topics of all kinds: innovative Seder table settings, Passover Prep 101, step-by-step guides to making recipes, ways to use up chometz and even things to do with your kids during the bread-free holiday,” adds Gottheim.
Other features on the site include a menu generator that makes it easy to create a customized, unforgettable meal for any occasion and a forum where the Kosher.com community can ask the experts, share recipes, and exchange tips.
About Kosher.com: Kosher.com was officially launched on December 19, 2016. This is the first year the site offers fans and readers Passover content to help make the eight-day holiday delicious, as well as tips for making the transition to Passover easier and simpler. The site is headed up by VP Leah Gottheim and is edited by Chanie Nayman. Kosher.com is available free of charge.