Being kosher can be a bitch sometimes, especially if you travel alot, or like most jews, live outside any metro area. Sure you can find soggy sandwiches at few airports (La Guardia, JFK) and some stadiums (Madison Square Garden, Camden Yards)   but  it still seems that when you are craving a hot kosher meal, it's like the 24th hour of your Yom Kippur fast. That is, until now for your craving for hot spicy fries at 2AM is about to be over. Kosher Vending Industries is out to put kosher food in vending machines across the country, and the catch is, as Paris Hilton says, it will be hot. Every airport, hospital, hotel, amusement park, hillel house will be tapped, as KVI is out to make keeping kosher a peice of cake. (hopefully, that hot explosion chocolate cake girls swoon over) and will be providing vending machines with hot food everywhere very soon.

TABC/JEC grads Alan Cohnen (Teaneck) and Doron Fetman (Monsey) are behind this wacky brilliant idea and have now gotten the financial backing from unlikely partner  Phat Farm's Ruby Azrak to bang out kosher food for the next generation.

Bangitouters can't wait to finally get it while it's hot, and if it is good, this could change the face and stomachs (for the worse) of many kosher travelers.

I only hope that this does not increase the 10 people who die a year from vending machines falling on them (trying to jiggle for stuck food.) You know how cranky we get.