There’s one secret ingredient that makes this vegan burger taste just like meat.
When the first lab-grown burger debuted, the event seemed full of promise for environmentalists. Could science create a new options for kosher diners too?
High-end kosher burgers take Manhattan. [YeahThatsKosher]
Keeping kosher my whole life has limited much of my culinary knowledge. I have this feeling sometimes, especially when I am looking up a new recipe or watching a cooking show, that I am missing something, that I have been cheated in some way. I never knew that split pea soup was supposed to have a hambone in it. Or that lasagna, as a default, is made with meat instead of vegetables. And worst of all, I have never tasted that ultimate non-kosher American delicacy, the cheeseburger.
Stop by Caplansky’s, a Jewish deli truck out of Toronto, Ontario, serving up classics with a twist such as the WZE Sandwich, featuring grilled kosher-style salami, schmaltz-laced chopped liver, red onions and Russian honey mustard all in a mini challah bun. Watch this episode on Food Network Canada - Wednesday, May 9th at 10pm ET/PT. Catch it on the Cooking Channel in the US - Tuesday, May 15th at 8pm ET. Get more at eatst.foodnetwork.ca. Find street food near you with the Eat St. iPhone App ow.ly Eat St. Season 3 returns for a delectable journey to 60 new, over-the-top street food vendors from 20 different cities. New stomping grounds this season include Toronto, ON, and Calgary, AB, as well as London, UK — a delicious dive into British street eats featuring a one hour “Eat St. — UK Special.” From habanero jelly and pork shoulder doughnuts served from a vintage airstream trailer in Austin, Texas, to deep fried cupcakes and cake-filled milkshakes in Miami, Florida, to a whopping three patty Whole Truck burger in Calgary, Alberta - Eat St. is a full course meal of the tastiest and messiest street food around.
Who can tell the difference between a “Triple Bypass Burger” and a “Triple Bypass Sandwich?” Everyone can, according to the owners of the legendary 2nd Avenue Deli.
Talia’s Steakhouse on New York’s Upper East Side has started serving a “Kosher Parve Cheeseburger,” made with a beef patty and tofu cheese, but according to the New York Post, some observant Jews aren’t salivating over the prospect — including Jackie Mason.