The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: World Food Day; Schmaltz Brioche

By Devra Ferst

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Food Curated visits the 100-year old iconic ACME smoked fish plant in Greenpoint, Brooklyn to see how smoked fish is really made. Um, can someone get us a bagel and schmear please?

As things gear up for October 17th’s World Food Day (an effort to fight world hunger), plans are underway for It’s Time to Eat Real, America!, “A nationwide campaign to change the way Americans eat and think about food,” its site says.

Serious Eats’ Cook The Book column shares a recipe for “The Israeli Workingman’s Sandwich,” courtesy of “The Big New York Sandwich Book.”

A shnazy take on Katz’s and the Carnegie Deli, Gold Coast Delicatessen, has opened in Bay Ridge. Grub Street suggests what to eat.

Always Order Dessert churned out a recipe for Schmaltz Brioche. Unfortunately, it’s not kosher, but we challenge you to come up with a kosher rendition and send us the recipe. Sounds delicious.


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