The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Mexican Falafel, MObama's Book, Rabbi Mints

By Devra Ferst

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Once you’ve made JCarrot writer Blair Nosan’s cream cheese, try making the bagels to go with the schemear, Serious Eats shows us how.

Three mega-chefs (Susan Feniger, Suzanne Tracht and Nancy Silverton) cooked for 100th anniversary of the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and shared how being Jewish relates to their cooking, the Daily Dish writes.

Mexican falafel (we’re not 100% sure what that means but it apparently involves guacamole) will be hitting the streets of New York City in the CRISP Truck, according to Fork in the Road.

Passover is still three weeks away, but recipes are starting to crop up. Check out this carrot torte recipe from Joan Nathan on the Washington Post.

Looking to erase cholent breath after Shabbat lunch? Try Rabbi Mints, a “Mitzvah for Your Mouth,” Grub Street reports.

Is Google’s new recipe search engine good for cooks? Amanda Hesser launches a debate on Food52.

MObama is writing a book about gardening and food. Mark your calendar for April 2012 says Slashfood.

Chez Panisse owner and local-organic food queen, Alice Waters joins the twitterverse, tweets Kim Severson.


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