On these sweltering summer days, we’re all dreaming about ice cream. But when you dream about ice cream does your scoop have little pieces of rugelach in it? Or maybe babka? How about milk and honey?
Well, now there’s Chozen brand all-natural ice cream. Each of their flavors is inspired by classic desserts of major Jewish holidays, and its creators claim it has both chutzpah and kosher certification.
Maybe it’s the fact that it’s 103F outside, but coconut macaroon ice cream sounds absolutely delectable, and I am counting the minutes until I can get myself to a local grocery store for some of this scrumptious, chutzpadik goodness.
Pronounced: KHOOTZ-pah, Origin: Yiddish, nerve, brazenness, presumption, extreme confidence.
Pronounced: KOH-sher, Origin: Hebrew, adhering to kashrut, the traditional Jewish dietary laws.