The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Israel's First Pork Cookbook; Kosher Wine Festivals; Adamah Goes West

By Devra Ferst

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Former JCarrot contributor, Jeffrey Yoskowitz writes in the New York Times Dining Section of the first Hebrew language pork cookbook, “The White Book” and the varying opinions surrounding the topic of “the white steak,” or pork, in Israel.

J. Weekly announces a new Adamah fellowship on urban Jewish farming to start next summer in the Bay Area.

JTA launches Chocolate and Kalamata Olives a food blog focusing on food and cooking in Israel.

Hakerem: The Israeli Wine Blog lists upcoming important Israeli wine events, like the Tel Aviv Wine Festival next week..

NBC’s Feast brings us a story of a 2ft tall bust of Kevin Bacon, made of…what else? Bacon. The statue is being auctioned off on Ebay. Last time we checked the highest bid was $365.

Fares “Freddy” Zeideia also known as the King of Falafel and Shawarma won the Vendy Cup and the People’s Taste Award this week at the Vendy Awards, a New York City competition for the best street food.


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