The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Pork on EasyJet, Google Recipes, Michael Pollan Asks You

By Devra Ferst

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Perhaps the best thing to happen to cooks since the invention of the cookbook, Google has launched a search engine for recipes. You can decide what ingredients you want to use, how much time you have on your hands and even how healthy you want your meal to be. Read about it on Wired and check it out on Google.

British discount airline EasyJet accidentally loaded ham and bacon sandwiches, instead of kosher fare, onto a flight from Tel Aviv to London. The company has apologized, reports CNN.

Michael Pollan, author of the “Omnivore’s Dilemma,” is updating his book “Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual,” which helps readers become more mindful eaters. Pollan is asking the food community, what rules to add to the newest addition. Send in your ideas to the Slow Food website..

A major kosher cook off will take place in Australia on March 15th, My Jewish Learning reports and shares an entertaining video preview.

Are you a farmer, urban gardener or just trying to develop a green thumb? The Kitchn shares the highlights of this season’s seed catalogs.

Legendary New York City bagel shop H &H has filed for bankruptcy, hoping it can save its bagel plant from being locked up, says Eater. Better start making room in your freezer if you’re a devotee.

Israeli-owned Finjan, a falafel restaurant in Belgium was included in the prestigious Gault Millau guide, Ynet reports.


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