“Removing the kosher certification was strictly a business-process decision … and it was one we did not make lightly.”
“I need to have the rabbi’s certificate,” one restaurant owner explained. “If I don’t have (it) I have nothing.”
10,000 points to the first rabbi hip enough to come out and declare a stance on this!
This is not your average pumpkin-spiced latte.
“I’d like to spend more time, because I think it’s an important process to understand in a deep way, and there’s no precedent for it really,”
Under Orthodox law, certain foods cooked by a non-Jew may not be eaten, even if the ingredients are kosher and are cooked in a kosher kitchen.
Determining what’s ‘officially’ kosher was the hardest part.
The CDC notice said that “some kosher chicken products are contaminated with Salmonella.”
Might want to take a break on the schnitzel.
At this seven-course gourmet kosher supper club, the menu only comes at the end of the meal.