The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: The Best Hummus; Elk Pastrami and Tongue Tacos

By Devra Ferst

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Charges against Julie Bass, an orthodox woman, who was facing charges from her local government for planting an organic vegetable garden in her front yard, have been dropped says Eater.

Last week’s announcement of changes in living standards for egg-laying hens has “raised more questions than it answered,” says Mark Bittman.

The Jewish classic, cow’s tongue, is given new life on Serious Eats with a Mexican twist — salsa verde and corn tortillas.

So who does make the best hummus in America? Kitchen Daily has the answer.

Canter’s deli, perhaps LA’s most iconic delicatessen celebrates another big birthday, reports the LA Times.

Mehadrin Kosher Poultry failed two consecutive salmonella tests, according to the blog Failed Messiah.

The Atlantic provides a list of 5 Essential Reads on Food Politics.

The Perennial Plate is in Utah now hanging out with twin brothers who live in a canyon where they grow their food. They also share a recipe for elk pastrami (yes, elk’s kosher) on Food 52.


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