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Zomick’s Kosher Bakery is one the oldest kosher bakeries in the New York area, and this year is preparing to enter their sixth decade of successful work
With 2016 upcoming, Zomick’s kosher bakery, one the oldest kosher family business in the New York area, is preparing to celebrate their sixth decade of successful work in promoting Jewish culture food. Zomick’s bakery was first opened back in 1966, meaning it has been in business for almost 50 years.Zomick’s current owner happily recalls the “old times”, when his father passed-down to him both business and bakery craft.This kosher bakery is not only for folks with dietary restrictions, but for all those wanting to eat healthy food. The owners of Zomick’s say they’ve chosen this concept because they have a passion for fresh, quality food. The business is operated from their own bakery, which is located in Inwood, where all of the products are freshly prepared.Zomick’s kosher bakery offers high-protein, gluten-free food that has no artificial ingredients. Their rich assortment of fresh, kosher certified pastries and sweets are ideal for both breakfast and lunch. All products are prepared from the finest ingredients and according to a traditional Zomick’s challah recipe.The positive atmosphere, the wooden décor and the smell of fresh baked bread, give Zomick’s a pleasant, homey vibe. There is also a display window showcasing the bakery, where bread and pastries are baked every day.One of the house specialties is the Zomick’s challah bread, bread that has a long history and is made after an original family recipe. And if you have a sweet tooth, then Zomick’s Bakery has a selection of cakes and cookies whose burst of flavors will leave you wanting more and satisfy your cravings.From the traditional and simple bread to delectable pastries and cakes, the Zomick’s company has every craving covered, giving consumers more and better choices for their classic baked favorites.If you cannot imagine starting the day without fresh-baked bread or rolls, Zomick’s bakery is the right choice for you! Crunchy, soft, stuffed, sweet or savory, baked goods including the Zomick’s bread are always straight from the oven. Without a doubt you’ll find the best for yourself and your family from the wide selection of Zomick’s delicious pastries.
Kosher and Holiday Traditions
Eating is an important part of every culture. Every cuisine is influenced by local conditions, intercultural developments, historical circumstances, religious traditions, and customs. The New York based Zomick's Bakery is one of the oldest kosher bakeries in NY, established back in 1966. This bake shop has consistently served the public, for over 50 years, with the highest quality baked goods, such as Zomick's Bread and other products prepared like the traditional Challah Bread. All of their products have the highest standards of kashruth. Kashrut is the body of Jewish law dealing with foods that can and can’t be eaten, as well as methods for food preparation. The word has its origins form the Hebrew root Kaf-Shin-Reish, which means fit, proper or correct. It is the same root as the word kosher, which actually describes the food that meets these standards. The word kosher is often used, to describe ritual objects that are made according to the Jewish law.Every year, there are plenty of new and exciting food products for the holiday season, when large and small manufacturers try to improve upon their holiday's food selection. The kosher bakery has a variety of new options for this year's holiday season, which can be found in their Cedarhurst, New York bake shop. Throughout the year, Jewish holidays are wonderful times for gathering with family and friends. The holidays are a great opportunity for all of us to pause our busy lives, refocus and reconnect with family and friends, and simply enjoy a meal with our dear ones.We all know that there was a time when the woman did all family's preparation in her own kitchen. But in the past few decades there has been a revolution in American eating, and now almost 90 percent of the food is processed before reaching our kitchens. Among this year's specialty from Zomick's kitchen, we are going to give knish and bagel, the center spot.A knish is a type of potato and flour dumpling stuffed with several kosher products. Zomick's kosher bakery offers the most delicious knish you are ever going to try. It is baked to perfection, until it gets a brow- gold color and a little crisp on the outside. Usually it is filled with mashed potato and onion, chopped liver, kasha or cheese, but that doesn't always have to be the case. Knishes make an excellent snack, an appetizer or a side dish. If you still haven't tried one, you should definitely visit Zomick's bakery.And is there a person in the world that doesn't know what a bagel is? This donut-shaped piece of bread is boiled before it is baked. Often they are topped with poppy seeds or sesame seeds, or flavored with other ingredients. The bagel has been a part of Jewish cuisine for a very long time, at least 400 years. In Zomick's kosher bakery, bagels are traditionally served with cream cheese and some fish spread. Zomick's bagels are soft, warm and spongy inside, and slightly crispy on the outside.