Sweet Onion Herring

This sweet and savory herring was inspired by Rav Naftali Tzvi of Ropshitz (1790-1827). Born in the town Linsk (Lin-esk) Poland to a family of great lineage, Rav Naftali soon became a follower of the Hasidic movement as a student of the famed “Noam Elimelech” – Rav Elimelech of Lizhensk (La-zh-ensk). After soaking up the […]

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Zesty Matjes Herring

Rebbe Menachem Mendel of Rimanov (1745-1815) was one of the most influential Chasidic Masters of his time, spreading the teachings of Chassidus throughout Poland. He was introduced to Chassidus at the age of eleven and he quickly became a student of Rav Shmelke of Nikolsburg (Nickels-burg). Even before he became a student of Rav Shmelke […]

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Sweet Black Pepper Herring

This fresh and peppery herring was inspired by Rav Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev (Bird-itch-of) (1740-1809). Born in the town of Husakiv (Goo-saw-cove), now Ukraine. Rav Levi was known to be a righteous scholar even from his youth but he was best known as the “Defender of the Jewish people” because of the lengths he went to […]

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Smokey Zaatar Herring

The inspiration for this smokey and aromatic herring is one of the most beloved Chassidic Masters; Reb Meshulam Zusha of Annipol (An-e-pole) (1718-1800). The Rebbe Reb “Zisha” as he is sometimes called, is the younger brother of the famous Rav Elimelech of Lizhensk (La-zh-ensk), author of Sefer Noam Elimelech. It is commonly said that that […]

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A lack fulfilled

Rebbe Moshe Chaim Ephraim, the Degel Machane Ephraim’s, impoverished lifestyle contrasted sharply with that of his brother, the Rebbe Reb Baruch of Medzibuzh, who had a “king’s table.” Reb Baruch once went to Sudylkov to spend Shabbos with his brother. Aware of his brother’s extravagance, Rebbe Moshe Chaim told the members of his household to […]

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Jalapeno Matjes Herring

This flavorful herring was inspired by Lelov (Leh-Love). Rav Dovid of Lelov (1746-1814) was the first Rebbe of this holy Chassidus. He was born in Biala, Poland and was a student of the great Chozeh M’Lublin. The Chozeh said about Rav Dovid: “He is the foundation of all the tzaddikim and all the leaders of the Chasidic […]

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