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Tuesday, 13 Tammuz, 5779
  |  July 16, 2019

    Jamie Geller Is a ‘Mompreneur’

    Kosher cooking entrepreneur Jamie Geller speaks to COLlive about leaving a career in TV, the Shluchim couple who believed in her and what's more important in food: look or taste. Full Story, Video

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    Big fan
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    Big fan

    Ive been a fan of jamie’s for a while.
    love her cookbooks, I have all of them!
    good luck with the new magazine

    chanala?
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    chanala?

    Thats so cute, sounds better than Jamie!

    nice video
    Guest
    nice video

    those are some good tips she gives in the video, thanks for posting

    HER FINAL WORD
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    HER FINAL WORD

    Bitayavon. My favorite magazine!!

    I don't get
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    I don't get

    I don’t get this whole thing of exploring other “cuisines”… What’s wrong with the food we all ate by our parents and grandparents? And what’s next, sushi on Shabbos after kiddush and challah?

    To "I don't get"
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    To "I don't get"

    Your parents and grandparents lived in a time where the variety of foods we have now were unavailable. So they cooked with what they had – potatoes, onions, chicken, meat, p’cha, etc. B”H we live in a time where foods that we would never think could be made kosher are becoming available and we are being exposed more and more to new food cultures. Therefore we have opportunities to try foods our parents never could. There’s nothing wrong with their food – its just very limited. And its a huge mitzva to be besimcha and have pleasure from food on… Read more »

    To 5
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    To 5

    And whats wrong with sushi on shabbos?
    I love sushi, and many times we order a sushi platter for the shabbos meal. it adds alot to the fish course.

    a fan
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    a fan

    love her and her site – great resource, kosher has come a long way and now instead of searching recipes from goyishe sites we have many kosher ones to choose from and the new shabbos literature with her magazine, bitayavon, ami and the other cooking columns its so nice to see and be inspired by jewish/kosher publications instead of goyish ones

    wooh go me
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    wooh go me

    im her neighbor! such cute kids 🙂 🙂

    KOSHER???
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    KOSHER???

    WHATS KOSHER???
    JUST READ THE INGREDIENTS

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    i like comment #4 🙂

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