The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Sam Sifton's Treyf Recommendations; Cooking Mag for Kids; Israel's Beer Expo

By Devra Ferst

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If you were inspired by Rachel Khan-Troster’s blog on teaching kids to cook, check out the Kitchn’s post about Ingredients, a new cooking magazine for kids.

New York Times Dining Critic Sam Sifton fields a reader’s question of where she should take her kosher-keeping boyfriend for an intensely treyf meal and dubs famous Jewish cookbook author Arthur Schwartz his hero in the process.

Israel is known for its hummus, falafel and well, the birthplace of monotheism. But beer? Not so much. At least until now, Café Liz reports on the holy land’s first beer expo and shares some tasting highlights.

For the love of a bagel and shmear! A Florida professor was arrested for having a “suspicious bag” on a plane. The package contained a bagel and cream cheese, keys and a hat, NBC Miami reports.

Kosher crowd finally gets conveyor belt sushi restaurant, Sushein, set to open in downtown New York, says Eater.


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