For many years, Peter, my dear husband and owner of Griller’s Pride, a quality Glatt Kosher Meat and Poultry processing plant, has been begging me to write a recipe book of all the dishes I cook. I have contemplated the idea many times, but as I thought it over, I realized that I need to move with the times, and that possibly a blog with weekly updates and possible interactions would be a better idea. So, welcome to Cook with the Kosher Butcher’s Wife. Join me on my journey as I share with you my passion, cooking! This blog is not about gourmet cooking, it is about tasty, healthful home-cooked meals. My inspiration comes from the things I have at home. Peter often brings new cuts of meat for me to try, I order locally grown organic vegetables every week, so I see what I have and so I plan my meals.
All the recipes that I use are kosher, and therefore there will never be mixing of meat and dairy items in the same recipe. Any recipe that contains meat or that is marked Parev (does not contain meat or dairy) is also suitable for people who are lactose intolerant. In addition, there has been a great deal of discussion and research over the past few years about healthy eating and many have reported that kosher is more healthful. People are also more aware of what they eat and many prefer to eat grass-fed beef, so that the animals have not been given antibiotics, steroids, and hormones. In addition they want to eat organic chicken. Today, all these requirements are available in Kosher meat and poultry and can be delivered right to your front door if you order on line from grillerspride.com.
Watch for my next post on What to Cook for Rosh Hashannah, The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah begins on Wednesday night September 4, 2013, not too long away. Now is the time to start ordering your meat, fish, and anything else you may need.