MSP Kosher on FOX9

March 30, 2011

In covering the exciting new food options at Target Field this season, FOX9 highlights the new Kosher Hot Dog Stand.  Read Article and Watch Video »

Kosher Michigan Becomes a Twins Fan

March 29, 2011

Rabbi Jason Miller of Kosher Michigan offers his insights on all of the “hoopla” connected wtih kosher food at ballparks.  Read Article »

Kosher Hot Dogs Have Arrived at Target Field

March 29, 2011

The Star Tribune picks up the scoop that Kosher Hot Dogs finally arrive this season at Target Field!  Read Article »

Seven Stars Gets Press in Metro Magazine

January 7, 2011

Alex Davy reviews Seven Stars Coffee House for Edina Metro MagazineRead Article »

2 out of 5 ain’t bad…!

December 15, 2010

Though the topic is eggnog, and perhaps it’s a bit ironic, two out of five of Hot Dish’s top five eggnog treats in the Twin Cities metro are under the kosher supervision of MSP Kosher!  Way to go Sebastian Joe’s and Seven Stars Coffee House.  Read Article »

Seven Stars Gets Good Press in Heavy Table

October 29, 2010

Seven Stars highlighted in Heavy Table’s search for the best challah.  Though they don’t make challah at Seven Stars Coffee House, their baked goods and bagels were still worth a mention!  Read Article »

Edible Arrangements in Edina Now Kosher!

September 27, 2010

Yet another Edina kosher addition…just in time for Simchat Torah!  Store 189 has a fresh fruit bouquet to make any occasion special–s’machot, chagim, birthdays, anniversaries, etc.  Each bouquet can be complemented with chocolate dipped fruit including dipped strawberries, dipped pineapple daisies, dipped banana slices, dipped Granny Smith apple wedges and more!  All products available are kosher: anything dipped is Kosher Dairy, while fruit-only products are Kosher Pareve.  Remember, Edible Arrangements in Edina (Store 189) is the only local Edible Arrangements under kosher supervision.  View Edible Arrangements Profile on MSP Kosher »

Seven Stars Gets Coverage in TCJewFolk

August 31, 2010

Seven Stars highlighted in TCJewFolk Noshin’ Review as “part of what seems to be a growing movement to offer kosher food establishments in the Twin Cities.”  Read Article »