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Kosher Food and Judaica

Kosher Food and Judaica

Whether you love to cook or just like to eat, this is the page for you. Jewish food conjures different images for different people—from brisket to hummus, kosher schmaltz (rendered chicken fat) to creative kosher for Passover recipes that struggle to taste like the original. As far as we're concerned, it's all part of our culinary tradition—and all around us in the Boston area! 

Judaica is also a long-standing tradition in Judaism in an effort to beautify the commandments, or mitzvot, we performWhether you're in the market for Shabbat candlesticks, searching for a tallis for a bar/bat mitzvah or just looking for a good book to read, find everything you need here.

Begin exploring events, restaurants, caterers and shops around you!

1-10 of 29 Events

Fri
Apr
25
Kabbalat Shabbat Friday Night Services with Jeremy Goldberg
6:30PM - 10:30PM

Kabbalat Shabbat Friday Night Services with Jeremy Goldberg

Havurah on The Hill
Boston, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
Join Havurah on the Hill at the Vilna Shul on April 25th for Kabbalat Shabbat Services and a kosher buffet dinner as we welcome Jeremy Goldberg of Cape Ann Brewing... Read More
Fri
Apr
25
CTeen Shabbat Dinner
7:00PM - 9:30PM

CTeen Shabbat Dinner

The Chai Center of Brookline
Brookline, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
Join us for CTeen Brookline's first Exclusive Teen Shabbat Dinner!Enjoy delicious food, great company and spirited shabbat energy with lots of your friends. 4 Course Shabbat Dinner, Mocktails and Dessert Bar. Spend... Read More
Sun
Apr
27
Congregation Beth Israel (Andover)
9:30AM - 12:30PM

Yom HaShoah program

Congregation Beth Israel (Andover)
Andover, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
In observance of Holocaust Memorial Day, the community is invited to attend a special program, beginning with Minyan at 9:30, and followed by breakfast and a video presentation of a... Read More
Mon
Apr
28
Temple Shalom
6:00PM - 9:00PM

Let Them Eat Bread: A Post-Passover Baking Event (Shalom Y'all 20s/30s Event)

Temple Shalom
Newton, MA
Cost: $15.00 - Registration is required.
Join Shalom Y’all and Ganei Beantown for pizza, beer, baking, and Torah! We will celebrate our new glutinous freedom and learn the basics of making a yeasted bread. We will... Read More
Fri
May
02
Tot Shabbat in Sharon
5:30PM - 7:00PM

Tot Shabbat in Sharon

Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston
Sharon, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
The JCCs of Greater Boston is hosting Tot Shabbat with PJ Library® at Temple Israel (125 Pond Street) in Sharon on Friday, May 2 from 5:30-7pm. Join other families with... Read More
Fri
May
02
Swizzle n Sizzle Shabbat in Natick
7:00PM - 9:00PM

Swizzle n Sizzle Shabbat in Natick

Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston
Natick, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
JCC’s Interfaith Connections presents Swizzle ‘n Sizzle at the Met Bar & Grill (1245 Worcester Street) in Natick on Friday, May 2 from 7-9pm. Shabbat is meant to be different... Read More
Fri
May
02
Congregation Beth Israel (Andover)
7:00PM - 9:00PM

Shabbat Chai at CBI

Congregation Beth Israel (Andover)
Andover, MA
Cost: $10.00 - Registration is required.
There is no charge to attend the service. Cost for the dinner is $10 per person, maximum of $25 per family; there is no charge for children 12 and under
The community is invited to celebrate Shabbat with a spirited and uplifting Shabbat Chai service followed by dinner. CBI’s talented musicians will accompany congregational singing, resulting in a meaningful, joyous,... Read More
Sat
May
03
Tot Shabbat @ TI
10:30AM - 12:00PM

Tot Shabbat @ TI

Temple Israel of Natick
Natick, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
Join us for Tot Shabbat @ Temple Israel of Natick! All are welcome. Stories, songs, snacks, & fun! The 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, 10:30-noon! Tot Shabbat &... Read More
Sat
May
03
Tot Shabbat
11:00AM - 1:00PM

Tot Shabbat

Temple Emunah
Lexington, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration not required.
Tot Shabbat is a twice monthly Shabbat experience for families with young children (ages 0—5), from 11:00am—noon.  We sing, pray, hear stories, march with the Torah, and more! After services... Read More
Sat
May
03
Laughter & L'Chaim
7:00PM - 9:00PM

Laughter & L'Chaim

North Suburban Jewish Community Center (NSJCC)
Swampscott, MA
Cost: Unknown - Registration is not available yet.
Save the date: The Jewish Journal and the North Suburban Jewish Community Center (NSJCC) invite the community to its annual fundraiser, Laughter and L’chaim. This event will honor the community leadership of... Read More
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1-10 of 488 Blogs

Chosen Eats: A Symbolic Sweet

Chosen Eats: A Symbolic Sweet

Between this week’s running of the Boston Marathon and next week’s observance of Yom HaShoah, I’ve been thinking a lot about the role of food... Read More
Posted in: Food
The Butcherie 21 in Canton

The Butcherie 21 in Canton

llo To all Now that Passover has ended and grilling season is upon us, we are presently restocking our shelves with the familiar items as... Read More
Posted in: Food
Four Questions with Jeremy Goldberg, Craft Beer Brewer

Four Questions with Jeremy Goldberg, Craft Beer Brewer

Sure, it’s still Passover, but that doesn’t mean you can’t look forward to chametz, or, more specifically, beer! On Friday, April 25, Havurah on the Hill will... Read More
Posted in: Food
Muse & Schmooze: Bring Back the Bread with Mimouna

Muse & Schmooze: Bring Back the Bread with Mimouna

Before the New Center for Arts & Culture held its first Mimouna celebration in Boston five years ago, most Bostonians had never heard this slightly... Read More
Posted in: Food
Carp: Better Seen Than Eaten?

Carp: Better Seen Than Eaten?

Sorry, everyone. I hate gefilte fish. While I respect those who eat it, and read with more than casual interest the piece in the Globe... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: An Extended Family Passover Recipe from Boston’s Sister City

Chosen Eats: An Extended Family Passover Recipe from Boston’s Sister City

On Passover, we are reminded that we are not just a member of our immediate family or one specific community; as Jews, we are members... Read More
Posted in: Food
The Butcherie 2 in Canton

The Butcherie 2 in Canton

Good morning to All. We would like to wish everyone a Fantastic & Happy Passover. As you can see the Boston Globe has written a... Read More
Posted in: Food
Muse & Schmooze: Passover Carbo-Loading

Muse & Schmooze: Passover Carbo-Loading

Every few years, Marathon Monday coincides with Passover. As Jews in Boston, this can cause a bit of a moral and culinary dilemma, from pre-run... Read More
Posted in: Humor
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Chosen Eats: Passover Recipe - Matzah Meal-Crusted Quinoa Cakes

Chosen Eats: Passover Recipe - Matzah Meal-Crusted Quinoa Cakes

It’s easy to group quinoa in with chametz—that is, a list of five grains that are forbidden during Passover because they will leaven when they... Read More
Posted in: Food
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Temple Israel of Natick

Temple Israel of Natick

Welcome to Temple Israel of Natick! Founded in 1944, Temple Israel of Natick is a vibrant, inclusive, egalitarian Conservative synagogue, made up of about 450 families from over 20 cities... Read More
Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston

Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston

The Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston’s contributions to Jewish life can be found in a range of communities and settings: at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC campus in Newton; in the... Read More
Boston University Hillel (Florence and Chafetz Hillel House)

Boston University Hillel (Florence and Chafetz Hillel House)

Hillel, the center for Jewish life on campus, is the largest and most exciting student organization at Boston University. Students work hard to build connections and strengthen relationships with other... Read More
Temple Tifereth Israel of Winthrop

Temple Tifereth Israel of Winthrop

Temple Tifereth Israel of Winthrop is an unaffiliated Jewish congregation, whose services and practices nominally follow the Conservative tradition. We provide a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere for our congregants and... Read More
LoKo

LoKo

LoKo is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing Boston-area Jews with local, kosher, free-range, humanely raised chicken and meat. Our goal is twofold: to provide a more nutritious and humane... Read More
Yal-Day-New Day Care Center, Inc.

Yal-Day-New Day Care Center, Inc.

Yal-Day-New Day Care Center, Inc. was founded in 1980, and is located at 1845 Commonwealth Avenue in Brighton, MA 02135. Yal-Day-New operates Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.... Read More
The Butcherie

The Butcherie

Six-thousand square feet of kosher food, under the strict Orthodox supervision of Rabbi Mordechai Twersky. All meats and poultry are soaked and salted (koshered). The best in quality service, selection... Read More
Gordon & Alperin Inc.

Gordon & Alperin Inc.

Gordon & Alperin is metropolitan Boston’s only full-service glatt kosher butcher shop, offering custom cuts of prime beef, veal, lamb, and poultry, as well as prepared foods, delicatessen, and specialty... Read More
Jerusalem Pita

Jerusalem Pita

Home-cooked Middle Eastern cuisine, everyday flavors bursting with taste. We welcome you to enjoy a delicious adventure at Coolidge Corner, right in the heart of Brookline, MA. We do catering... Read More
Rami's

Rami's

Rami’s is Glatt Kosher, under the supervision of KVH, Chabad Rabaanim (the Kashruth Commission). There has been a consistent menu for the 18 years that it has been open. Their... Read More