kosher

Tiramisu is one of those dishes that benefits greatly from being allowed to rest so the flavours can really mingle together. The Coffee mix liquid moistens the matzo right through although you don't even have to tell anyone that there's matzo in it. And of course you don't even have to tell them you used gluten-free matzo.
Keep in the freezer so you can always have a healthy treat on hand when unexpected guests descend on you! Once set in the freezer, I like to cut into slices, so its ready to serve when needed. If you don't like sultanas you could add dried pineapple pieces.
A Jewish group has accused animal welfare campaigners of having a "fixation with religious slaughter" and complained that
I love tiramisu. Seriously...it's the perfect not too sweet, light and creamy treat - dessert does not have to be a guilt-ridden pleasure. This one is delicious and full of precious nutrients and it's wonderful as it's dairy free, with no added preservative or additives.
More than 100,000 people have signed an online petition demanding the British government prohibit the slaughter of animals
University campuses are supposed to be safe spaces for all students regardless of their race, religion, gender and sexuality but recent events have shown them to be far from insulated from the wider Islamophobia currently gripping society.
They've both been labelled as exciting, fast-paced and dangerous but is not often that wrestling and politics collide. Comparing cross-fists with cross-words, Conservative MP Lee Scott met TNA's Robbie E during a recent tour of the UK House of Parliament.
Conservative MPs are pushing to change the law around the labelling of halal and kosher meat amid a growing row that has
As young and active members of our respective communities, we feel it is important to challenge the ambiguities raised by not only the provocative call to ban ritual slaughter but also the responses that have surfaced.
Andrew Rosindell, the secretary of Parliament's animal welfare group, has joined voices demanding the end of religious slaughter in the UK. As someone with experience in the meat industry, specifically halal, this news troubles me. It troubles me because the argument is flawed, and flawed on many levels.