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    Posted September 22, 2015 by
    New York, New York

    Zomick’s Kosher Bakery on Taste of Jewish Culture food festival


    On July 27, 2015 the progressive Jewish culture and social justice organization of New York, hosted the first-ever Taste of Jewish Culture food festival, promoting foods from Jewish shops and restaurants. The event brought together thousands of food lovers and many purveyors of delicious food for a day of eating, learning, and celebrating.
    Among the vendors lined up to celebrate the Jewish taste and tradition, was Zomick’s kosher bakery, one of the oldest kosher bakeries in New York. The one-day event focused on traditional kosher food was held on Madison Avenue, tucked away from street view, nestled in a lovely peaceful setting, where people were able to enjoy the comfort of the open market place  and take a walk equipped with pastry!

    The goal is make the festival an annual event and to extend beyond culinary traditions to those of other Jewish communities around the world. The mission of the Taste of Jewish Culture food festival is to enrich the Jewish community by playing an integral, meaningful role in the lives of individuals, families, groups and institutions through cultural, recreational, social and educational programs and activities.
    The people coming to such festivals are expecting traditional Jewish food, and that is exactly what we offered them, state from Zomick’s. For over 45 years Zomick’s bakery has been preparing food with care and tradition.
    Fresh baked and delicious knish, bagels, just baked apple strudels, and all kinds of kosher delicatessens were set on Zomick’s booth, showing their upscale potential for kosher cuisine.
    The aroma of warm, doughy, chocolate and hazelnutty sweets, freshly baked loaves of Zomick’s challah bread and others delicious zomick’s challah recipes attracted a mass of people passing by. Fans of Zomick’s best-selling braided challah loaves, plain, seeded and onion rye bread had the chance to taste their favorite and try some new delicates.

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