All glatt kosher, yet very different

12/14/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

For a restaurant to be glatt kosher, it must meet strict standards such as keeping meat and dairy products separate. In Teaneck, N.J., which has dozens of such establishments, one serves Indian food, another is a barbecue joint and a third is a sophisticated destination serving dishes including beef-cheek gnocchi.

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