This is a light but sustaining dish, equally enjoyable to serve for breakfast or lunch.
Read this article to discover how the Rakusen's legacy has endured for over a century. Since the 1900s we have sought to maintain the humble traditions of our founder Lloyd Rakusen and extend his legacy for future generations.
Leeds homeless charity, Supporting People In Need (SPIN), have been working tirelessly to help the city's most vulnerable for over a year now and us at Rakusen's think their work is invaluable; a real credit to the city. We sat down with trustee Simon Rickles to find out a bit more about their mission.
This year Rakusen’s returned to the Great Yorkshire Show as it stepped into its 159th year.
Join us on a new series of interviews with some of our biggest and best customers from around the world. Here you'll find out why people just can't get enough of our brilliant crackers. Our inaugural interview is with Jonathan Richmond of Boston, Massachusetts, USA, who tells us just why Rakusen’s are such a huge part of his life.
Nothing beats chewy toasted marshmallows sandwiched between crunchy Matzos and drenched in rich melted chocolate. These indulgent Matzo Marshmallow Melts are guaranteed to win your friends and family over as an easily shareable dessert.
With Passover creeping ever closer, we thought we’d pay tribute to the mighty Matzo by endowing you with some useful knowledge about the humble cracker.
Matzo ball soup is a Seder classic. We've posted a version of this recipe before on the blog, but feel it deserves an encore in the lead-up to Passover. Partly because it's one of our favourites – but mainly because you can prepare it in advance and save yourself hassle on the day.
Do you know what the UK's fastest growing export is? No, sadly it isn't crackers. It's motor vehicles. But we're hot on their (w)heels, and our international adventures are quite literally motoring. Earlier in 2017, we travelled to the Dubai World Trade Centre for Gulfood – the world's biggest annual food and hospitality show.