Halaal-Kosher Korner

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There are currently two Halaal-Kosher Korners on campus.


Dining Services prepares reheatable, alcohol-free meals in the Jewish Religious Center's kosher kitchen. Two freezers in Greylock Dining Hall are stocked with these goods (as well as deli slices and a variety of side dishes), with a devoted microwave, toaster oven, and George Foreman Grill for reheating.

The laws for keeping utensils, ovens, and dishes kosher are complex and not commonly known, but are strictly followed by a number of students on campus. Feel free to try a frozen kosher-halaal meal in Greylock, but do not place any other food in the microwave, toaster oven, or grill.

Grab 'n' Go

Dining Services also provides fresh, made-to-order kosher deli sandwiches, Monday-Friday. Currently, the selection includes turkey, chicken bologna, and salami, served on a rotating basis. More meats will be integrated into the cycle in due time.

More Information

For more information, see Dining Services Halaal-Kosher page or the Jewish Association website.

Also, you can contact <email>RScherr@williams.edu|Cantor Bob Scherr</email>, Jewish Association Associate Chaplain, <email>06dsf@williams.edu|Danny Fischler '06</email> or <email>06mes@williams.edu|Esa Seegulam '06</email>.