Just because we’re not eating on Yom Kippur, it doesn’t mean we don’t have to make sure the kids have meals to eat. So what kind of food preparation can you do for the kids on Yom Kippur?
In terms of taking medicines on Yom Kippur, what is permitted and what is not permitted? Rabbi Elefant explores this issue.
If your custom is to only eat pas yisroel between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, does that apply to cereal like Cheerios? Rabbi Elefant discusses and explains this unique case.
Rabbi David Arfa OU Kosher, Rabbinic Coordinator As the Rosh Hashanah holiday approaches, Jews the world over will welcome a familiar holiday guest to their holiday table: the honey jar, omen for a sweet year. But they’ll be eyeing that guest first—for the all-important kosher symbol. What is it that makes a kosher-certified honey, kosher? […]
Where does the tradition of Tashlich come from? What does it mean and why do we say it on Rosh Hashanah? Find out with Rabbi Elefant!
Did somebody say “one-pot”? Kosher.com is back with this amazing weeknight dinner, that looks complicated but couldn’t be simpler! We bet you’ve never tasted chicken quite like this before!
OU Kosher presents popular Q&As in preparation for Rosh Hashana. Additional questions can be asked by contacting the OU Kosher Hotline (212-613-8241) or by submitting them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, CHAT LIVE with an OU Kosher expert on www.oukosher.org via the chat icon located at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. This Yom Tov season (5778) we have the oppertunity […]
Click on the image below to get OU Kosher’s handy guide to the Rosh Hashanah Simanim and the blessings made on each. OU Kosher wishes everyone a happy and sweet new year!
Rabbi David Arfa OU Kosher, Rabbinic Coordinator Call out ‘HOT DOGS!’ at any camp or colony, and prepare for a rush of running feet, and a clatter of plastic plates and forks. There is magic in those hot dogs, painted on the olfactory backdrop of pine trees and swimming pools. But while kosher hot dogs […]
Are the flavored briquettes sold for grills Kosher? Rabbi Elefant discusses whether they are okay to use or not.