The premier site for kosher cooking and conversation
Kosher.com is the place to go for all things kosher food. It will transform the way you spend time in the kitchen, with top-quality kosher recipes by your favorite chefs, menu generators that will help you figure out what to cook, and shopping lists to help you stock up on everything you'll need to make unforgettable meals.
Kosher.com is geared for everyone: from the newest cook still trying to figure out how to make a boiled egg, all the way up to the gourmet chef looking for new and creative ideas to impress important guests. For the newcomer to kosher, we have basic information explaining what kosher is all about, and for the longtime kosher-keeper, we have useful reminders, charts, and news about the latest trends in kosher food.
Kosher.com is not just about the recipes- we also have videos that will teach you techniques to take your cooking to the next level, advice about wine pairings to elevate your meals, articles about the latest cooking trends, interviews with top restaurant chefs, and so much more.
Everyone is welcome to participate- if you try a recipe, review it and tell us how it came out. If you run into trouble when your dough doesn’t rise or your soup is too salty, just ask for help and our expert chefs and helpful community will offer you advice. If you don’t know what to make for dinner, just click on our “What’s for Dinner?” tool to get the perfect recipe for your taste and time available. If you want to sit back and relax and watch some addictively delicious food videos, we're here for you.
Contact us if you have any questions, or if you are interested in contributing your own recipes and becoming a Community Chef!
Who We Are
Genius doesn’t just happen. Here are the masterminds behind the magic that make kosher.com the successful food fest that it is.
VP. Before launching kosher.com, Leah worked in marketing and journalism and has a background in business consulting. She is a graduate of Barnard College, where she studied history, but you’re more likely to find her studying the differences between stock and bone broth these days (they’re the same, for the record). Either way, she’s going to be having hers with some whole wheat matzo balls. Her favorite recipes are the ones that are super quick and easy to make with simple, healthy ingredients- and sometimes also cookies.
Favorite dish: cheesy quinoa
Favorite kitchen gadget: childproofing locks for kitchen cabinets so her pots and pans won't end up being used as toys
Food inspiration: Her mother, who never measures
Editor in Chief. In addition to overseeing all the exclusive and curated material for kosher.com, Chanie is the editor of Mishpacha Magazine’s food magazine, Family Table. She’s always on the hunt for the latest and greatest in food trends and innovations, and loves combining bold new flavor profiles with classic techniques and silhouettes, as long as none of them include fish.
Favorite dish: perfectly cooked steak
Favorite kitchen gadget: food scale
Food inspiration: America’s Test Kitchen
Managing Editor. Jenna is an accidental foodie. After graduating from Rutgers University with a degree in Journalism and Media Studies, she began working in casting for some popular food television shows. Now, a few years later, she can tell you what a beurre blanc is, pronounce pho and beignet (yum!), and get lost for hours in Williams Sonoma. She’s been eyeing the pretty mortars and pestles.
Favorite dish: Thanksgiving dinner (that counts as a dish, right?)
Favorite kitchen gadget: Onion goggles (seriously, a lifesaver)
Food inspiration: The Great British Bake Off
Executive Producer. With his passion for photography and unique talent in capturing a specific point of view on camera, Moshe is a powerhouse of creativity and ingenuity. He has a fresh perspective on photojournalism that brings the site to life! When he’s not shooting something delicious for kosher.com, directing and producing video content or overseeing editing and creative direction, Moshe is probably whipping up a fresh milk shake or kicking it back with a nice glass of chalk hill.
Favorite dish: Tuna Steak
Favorite kitchen gadget: sous vide
Food inspiration: Gordon Ramsey
Development and Consulting. Besides being overtly pedantic about food and food writing, Michal is the Director of Marketing for Mishpacha Magazine. She develops recipes, shows and article concepts for kosher.com, and has a great time doing it! Michal has a Bachelor’s in Health and Nutrition Sciences which she was sure she was never going to use, but turned out to be rather handy, after all.
Favorite dish: crispy pan seared salmon
Favorite kitchen gadget: cast iron pan
Food inspiration: Alton brown
Content Manager. Renee is living proof that an English degree can lead to a career. When she’s not editing books and articles from the comfort of her home in RBS, Israel, Renee dots the Is and crosses the Ts behind the scenes of Kosher.com’s recipe bank to make our stellar kosher content available for you to enjoy. She grew up vegetarian, but now is a carnivore and enjoys learning to cook meat recipes for her family.
Favorite dish: Mac ’n’ cheese
Favorite kitchen gadget: A good cutting board and knife
Food inspiration: Her almost-Moroccan aunts
Social Media Manager. Before joining the Kosher.com team, Rivi worked in a digital marketing agency in Miami, Florida. Bringing with her a passion for food and marketing, she manages our social media accounts and is always there to answer any questions you may have. Rivi discovered her love of cooking at a young age, and she's continued to experiment in her kitchen with interesting recipes and trying to develop new flavor combinations.
Favorite dish: Anything with avocado
Favorite kitchen gadget: Ninja blender
Food inspiration: Frankie Celenza
Digital Community Manager. With her background as a writer, English teacher, and recipe developer, Chaia is amazing at answering all food queries and making sure kosher.com readers are having a great time. She and her husband also run a fruit and vegetable platter business, Fruit Platters and More, so if she’s not thinking about food in some form or another, you should probably be concerned.
Favorite dish: Artichoke Ravioli
Favorite kitchen gadget: Paring Knife
Food inspiration: Her father, a"h
Who are our Chefs? Click here for the list of our Top Chefs!