The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: The State of the Bagel, a Day With Alice Waters, G-20's Food Decision

By Devra Ferst

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As much of New York City mourned the closing of the Upper West Side location of H&H bagels, the quintessential New York bagel shop, the City Room took a look at the state of the bagel in 2011. Check out what critic Mimi Sheraton had to say.

Joan Nathan profiles David Tanis the newest New York Times dining columnist, author of “Heart of the Artichoke” and Chez Panisse chef on Tablet.

Have you ever wondered how the queen of the locavore movement Alice Waters spends her days? The Wall Street Journal follows her for a full 24 hours reporting that she barely sits down, except to enjoy a meal.

The G-20 “agreed to establish a transparent system to track global supplies and set up emergency food reserves” to help stabilize global food prices around the globe says the AP.

Kosher gourmet magazines, products and restaurants have been on the rise in the past few years. The Jewish Week takes a look.

The U.S. arm of Sabra, The Sabra Dipping Company, will no longer focus just on the hummus market. Soon they will also sell salsa, guacamole and other packaged foods from around the globe, says Media Coder.

Edible Manhattan kicks off it’s annual Eat, Drink, Local Week today and challenges readers, diners and cooks to preserve, forage, eat locally! Check out what’s going on around town.

Midtown Lunch reports that Milk Street, a kosher eatery on Wall Street is officially open. Check back on JCarrot next week for more news on their food.


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