Terra Chips

Terra Chips

OK, first a little cross-Atlantic nomenclature clarification: they say ‘chips’, we say ‘crisps’. We say ‘chips’, they say ‘fries’. Done! Now. Terra Chips is the brainchild of two New York chefs, Dana Sinkler and Alex Dzieduszycki, who each left their jobs at four-star Manhattan restaurants to begin a modest catering business that would soon grow to… Continue Reading Terra Chips

The Biltong Factory

The Biltong Factory

If you are South-African finding good biltong away from home is probably pretty high up on your list of priorities. Well, the search is over. Two London boys have decided to start up their very own homemade biltong company. Using a secret recipe from his cousin in SA, Moshe Tatz, together with Marc Cohen, has fine-tuned the… Continue Reading The Biltong Factory

Fjord King Caviars

Fjord King Caviars

Caviar has always been perceived as THE gourmet food. Expensive enough to be out of reach for most of us. Real caviar is still very much a luxury but thankfully there are more affordable variations which, in our opinion, are just as tasty. Fjord King is a Kosher Parisian fishery that has been producing a wide… Continue Reading Fjord King Caviars

Klades Holmen Herrings

Klades Holmen Herrings

No Jewish gathering would be complete without the presence of sliced herring with toothpicks and crackers. The question is where does one find something that’s a cut above the rest? Klades Holmen is a well-established Swedish company that have found the perfect balance between tradition and trendiness. They provide an adventurous range of salted, spiced and… Continue Reading Klades Holmen Herrings

‘Les Demoiselles de Trémolat’ Poultry Liver Mousse with Morels Mushrooms

‘Les Demoiselles de Trémolat’ Poultry Liver Mousse with Morels Mushrooms

This is a very nice pâté/mousse made from mixed poultry liver. Blended in are small slivers of morels mushrooms that add a subtle earthy twist. The Demoiselles de Trémolat (which sounds like a French art film from the 60s…) have a range of differently flavoured pâtés. A nice collection to explore. Tips: Spread thinly on nice country bread… Continue Reading ‘Les Demoiselles de Trémolat’ Poultry Liver Mousse with Morels Mushrooms

Great Food Falafels

Great Food Falafels

These are great appetisers and come in various flavours: Tuscan Bites, Mediterranean, Sweet Potato Pakora, Mint and Quinoa, Moroccan. Our favourite are the Tuscan Bites, but all are good. Fluffy and not over-spiced. Tasty bite-sized treats. Tips: Just heat them up in the oven/microwave and accompany with some cottage or feta cheese. Add sprinkle of olive… Continue Reading Great Food Falafels

Meditalia Sundried Tomato Tapenade

Meditalia Sundried Tomato Tapenade

Meditalia make great tapenades and spreads. This version is smooth and full of that lovely tangy Sundried Tomato taste that brings a ray of sunshine to your plate and palate. Naturally sweet and not too acidic. Also worth noting is that Meditalia is part of Peaceworks which creates business partnerships between Israelis and Arabs. Tips: Great as… Continue Reading Meditalia Sundried Tomato Tapenade

Meditalia Roasted Eggplant Tapenade

Meditalia Roasted Eggplant Tapenade

Another good Meditalia spread. The roasted aubergine aroma is beautifully natural without being overwhelming. Gluten free. Also worth noting is that Meditalia is part of Peaceworks which creates business partnerships between Israelis and Arabs. Tips: Makes a great appetiser. Spread thinly on some good crackers or country bread. Nice with feta cheese too. Make: Meditalia Price: £4.79… Continue Reading Meditalia Roasted Eggplant Tapenade

Meditalia Black Olive Tapenade

Meditalia Black Olive Tapenade

Meditalia makes great tapenades and spreads. This is a classic black olive Tapenade where the full flavour of the olives, which can sometimes be drowned in too much acidity, comes through beautifully. Also worth noting that Meditalia is part of Peaceworks which creates business partnerships between Israelis and Arabs. We love it! Tips: Spread thinly on… Continue Reading Meditalia Black Olive Tapenade

Finn Crisps

Finn Crisps

We all love crackers. Kosher shops are lined with hundreds of varieties, a lot of them from Scandinavia, and one of life’s great decisions is which crackers to choose and be faithful to. Well, after much trial and error, we’ve made our choice. Finn Crisp are, as their name suggests, from Finland and were established in 1952, launched at… Continue Reading Finn Crisps