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Kosher Meals

Check this list of kosher meals.

Kosher Coca Cola Chicken

During these times of uncertainty Jewish mothers have always turned to the eternal helpmate, food. Our chefs have given you these old favorites, with slight twists, to help ease the pain.

Great Locations For Your Post-Pandemic Kosher Vacation

We’re in interesting times right now, but don’t fret. While we can’t go on regular visits to the synagogue or engage in Glatt kosher tours to great international destinations, we can still do a lot of things at home while we wait out this global pandemic.

Kosher Cocktails To Do At Home

Well, if your answer is a big YES, we can teach you about three cool kosher cocktails you can create right in your own kitchen today! Let’s study the art of kosher mixology, and experience the relaxing delight of a kosher river cruise in the comfort of your own living room.

Best Ever Kosher Meat Loaf

Recreate this recipe and enjoy a purely kosher cuisine delight that will surely make you smile and remember the better days.

Easy Kosher Cheesecake

Satisfy your tastebuds with a bite (or more) of this kosher cheesecake goodness. Subscribe to our website for more fun and easy kosher meals you can make at home.

Easy-To-Bake Kosher Brownies

Munch on these sweet and decadent easy-to-bake kosher brownies that you can enjoy at home any time of the day. Make sure to save or bookmark this recipe!

Iconic Passover Desserts

You’ve probably planned to join some Jewish tours for this Passover, but since we’re in the middle of a global pandemic, you’re probably sitting at home right now. Passover is not complete without delicious sweets, right? Do you have your Passover dessert recipes ready with you?

Sweet and Savory Kosher Recipes For You To Try at Home

There are plenty of delectable kosher cuisines that you can make for yourself while indoors. Here are a few select recipes that you’ll surely enjoy.

Bo Kho | Kosher River Cruise

My last recipe was a French take on a traditional stew. Just one of the dishes we will serve on our Normandy and Provence riverboat cruises next year

This week I am giving the Vietnamese take. This you can taste on our Mekong cruise, also next year.

Peach Cobbler | Kosher River Cruise

What could be a more perfect ending to a milky summertime meal than Peach Cobbler. Savor the flavors of summer with sliced fresh peaches cooking away with butter and spices. The tanginess of the lemon juice paired with the sweetness of the peaches is perfectly balanced with the crisp topping. To make it extra delicious add a nice serving of fresh whipped cream or vanilla ice cream this truly makes it the perfect way to end a summer night.

Beef Bordelaise | Kosher River Cruise

Bordelaise sauce is a classic French sauce named after the Bordeaux region of France, which is famous for its wine. The sauce is made with dry red wine, bone marrow (or a kosher stock cube), margarine, shallots and sauce demi-glace.

Traditionally, bordelaise sauce is served with grilled beef or steak, though it can also be served with other meats that pair well with red wine demi-glace based sauces.

French Apple Flan | Kosher River Cruise

Flan is a great dessert dish that you can enjoy anywhere, whether you’re aboard a luxury cruise or resting indoors. This French Apple Flan recipe is sure to give you a taste of excellence and wonder.

Oven Baked Beef Brisket | Kosher River Cruise

Tandoori chicken as a dish originated in the Punjab before the independence of India. In the late 1940s, tandoori chicken was popularized at Moti Mahal in the locality of Daryaganj in New Delhi by Kundan Lal Jaggi and Kundan Lal Gujral, who were Punjabi Hindus as well as the founders of the Moti Mahal restaurant. Mokha Singh had founded the restaurant in the Peshawar area of British India, which is now a part of neighboring Pakistan.

Beef Provençale | Kosher River Cruise

Beef Provençale or Daube is a classic Provençal stew made with inexpensive beef braised in wine, vegetables, garlic, and herbes de Provence, and traditionally cooked in a daubière, a braising pan. A traditional daubière is a terracotta pot that resembles a pitcher, with a concave lid.

Oven Baked Beef Brisket | Kosher River Cruise

Iberia is the birthplace of many delectable dishes. Paella, for example, is a sumptuous meal from the Valencian region of Spain. Are you yearning for a mouth-watering meal for the sizzling summer days? Check out this luxurious kosher paella recipe!

Oven Baked Beef Brisket | Kosher River Cruise

A simple recipe to please the young and young at heart. Peanut butter and cake, two favorites blended into one. Simple to make, serve at once or freeze for a tasty treat if you have expected or unexpected guests.

Oven Baked Beef Brisket | Kosher River Cruise

My family moved from Germany to Holland in 1670 then onward to the U.K. around 1850/60.

During their time in Holland, they absorbed many of the dietary customs of the Netherlands. One of these was the Boterkoek. My aunt Henrietta (Yetta) would often bring round one of these delicious cakes for our family to indulge in.

Oven Baked Beef Brisket | Kosher River Cruise

Have you ever wanted to prepare a luxurious beef-based dinner for the household, but don’t know where to begin? Well, you’re in for a treat, because this Oven-Baked Beef Brisket recipe is sure to delight you!

Coffee Toffee Pie | Kosher River Cruise

This is my take on the famous “Blum’s Coffee Toffee Pie”.
I first made this pie onboard the Crown Odyssey in 2000. As you can see there are quite a few rest periods between stages. Onboard ships and nowadays on our riverboats, time isn’t on our side. Between these stages I ran the pie down to the massive ice cream freezer and placed them (fully covered) under the huge freezer units.

Coconut Cream Pie | Kosher River Cruise

Back in the late 1800s Europeans and Americans were enjoying imported tropical fruit like pineapples and bananas, but the coconut hadn’t yet taken off. This was mostly because they were hard to transport without spoiling, and because people didn’t know what to do with them once they had them in their kitchens.

Pesach Blondies | Kosher River Cruise

Post Purim we are all looking forward to Pesach. All the cleaning, cooking, cleaning and of course cooking. So below is a very simple Pesach recipe. During Chol Hamoed check out our cruises and come and relax onboard. We promise, no cleaning or cooking!!