The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: The World's Easiest Falafel Recipe, Vegan BBQ and Is Sixth & Rye Kosher?

By Devra Ferst

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Montreal-style deli Mile End’s smoked meat may be coming to your grocery store. Owner Noah Bernamoff dishes on his plans for packaging his meat in an Nona Brooklyn interview.

Is Spike Mendelsohn’s new deli truck Sixth & Rye kosher? That depends upon who you ask. The Washington Post takes a look.

Kosher meat imported to Israel, may actually be Halal meat, which is taxed significantly less, Haaretz reports.

Octavia’s Porch, the global Jewish cuisine restaurant run by Top Chef alum Nikki Cascone, closes after only six months, reports Eater. Z’’L

Food 52 claims to have the world’s easiest falafel and tzadziki recipe recipe. We’re not certain about it being a snap, but it sounds delicious!

Work in the Financial District of NYC like us? The ‘hood just got tastier with a new kosher falafel truck called Moshe’s. Check out the details on Midtwon Lunch.

Looking for some vegan alternatives to a Memorial Day barbeque? The Kitchn has you covered with non-fake meat options.

What are the most popular (or atleast sought after) recipes on the web right now? Google and the New York Times try to find out.


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