The words "organization" and "kitchen" and "six children" don't always flow smoothly in conversations about a strictly kosher, Orthodox home.

But, in Gitelle Steinfelds house, one of the busiest homes you have ever seen, they do.

Gitelle launched The Kosher Cook in 1997, to help busy Jewish mothers around the world share recipes, ideas and general creative and helpful tips and tools to keep their homes on the straight culinary path. While fortunate to live in a New York suburb that had a lot of kosher conveniences and supplies, Gitelle and her partners realized that many in the Jewish community lacked such advantages. Soon, an extensive line of high quality culinary products and utensils from crisply shaped baking molds, to labels and other aids that help separate dairy, parve and meat foods and silverware, Sabbath and holiday meal planning on was crafted and sold store to store and house to house.

Soon, though, Gitelle's plan and success grew and Thekoshercook.com was born for homes, retail outlets, restaurants and other institutions to better serve their kosher families and clients. Anything that can make cooking and dining fun and creative in the kitchen and the dining room table can be found at Thekoshercook.com

Worldwide distribution to synagogue and Jewish community gift shops, Judaic stores and national retail outlets. The Koshercook.com team is devoted year round, six days a week, to designing and creating unique and distinctive kitchen Judaic gift products for Chanukah, Passover, Purim, Rosh Hashanah, Shabbat, Wedding, Bar-Bat Mitzvah, and other s'machot. The memories of your kitchen and home Thekoshercook.com will help you create will last a lifetime.

Whether you're a an expert cook or simply hungry, a balabuste par excellence, a grandparent or restaurateur, curious to learn more about pushing the limits of kosher cookery--or just looking to gain new ideas for yourself or your family and friends--there is something at The Koshercook.com for everyone!