Friday, July 11, 2014

Natural Kosher Bacon

There is so much delightfully wrong with this.  Is it the concept of bacon on a potato chip?  Is it the Kof-K pareve?  Or is it the claim that is is natural - which would instantly negate the pareve - and the Kof-K?  In any case - it's a good chip.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

I'm generally a fan of doing good things for the environment and the world - especially if I can make a snarky comment about it.  When I stumbled upon this site, it was just a head scratcher.  Apparently Green is now Kosher.  So buying a low emission vehicle is Kosher.

Well, taking steps to make the world a little better - sure, call it a mitzvah, but Kosher designation?  Get me a rabbi, so we can both make fun of this.

But it gets better. is plugging low emission cars - fine - good for them.  But they go one step further, and give the reasons why.  And I'll take the liberty of cutting and pasting from their site.

Here are 8 reasons why Jews (and like-minded people) should step-up to a special responsibility to reduce oil dependence by only driving kosher cars.
Because oil dependence and climate change are serious problems, these 8 reasons are deliberately facetious -- yet have some serious undertones.

Jews should drive kosher cars because:
8) It's what Moses (and Jesus) would do.
7) It will enable you to forgive yourself for all those years you drove gas-guzzling, earth-polluting cars.
6) Mentches drive kosher cars.
5) You'll be a car maven and role-model in your community -- your Jewish mother will kveln and your friends will admire you.
4) Hummers and gas-guzzling SUVs are gehshtorbin.
3) You won't feel guilty for driving treyf in traffic.
2) Driving a kosher car is a mitsve.
1) The number 1 reason for buying a kosher car is, it's the right thing to do...
(Because Moses and Jesus drive green)

Friday, January 25, 2013

Cure for the Jewish Nose

Because it's just too funny.  And they guy who produced the video is kinda-sorta related to me.

Monday, January 7, 2013

Can you eat me now?

So, now we can finally order takeout on Shabbos.  Introducing the KOSHER PHONE!  Apparently it is a telephone which can be used on the day of rest.

And seriously, even if I had a phone I was allowed to use on Shabbos - everyone I know is praying - so what's the point?

And the question of the hour - how does it taste?

Monday, December 24, 2012

You're Welcome!

From one misunderstood society to another - please keep that General Tso's chicken coming - we just can't get enough.

Kosher Pork! Finally! Oh - Wait...

 A wonderful piece from the New Yorker about some mislabeling at a local supermarket in Queens.

The mistake was fixed, but this could have been the opportunity for a guilt free taste!