The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Bagel Wars; Lemon Cheese Blintzes; DIY Herring

By Devra Ferst

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We hope you all enjoyed the Forward’s first Food & Drink special section. Check out stories on brisket, Yiddish vegetarianism, the history of the bagel, DIY pickled herring and more.

Have an easy fast. We’ll pick up with more delicious food stories on Monday.

Meatpaper has teamed up with Pork Memoirs to ask how the “forbidden meat” has shaped your identity. Submit your story in 300 words or less to their essay contest. [Pork Memoir/Meatpaper]

Three words: Lemon. Cheese. Blintzes. YUM. (Okay that was four words, they look that fantastic.) [Food 52]

TMZ Takes on the East Coast/West Coast Bagel War. [TMZ]

Manischewitz’s new owners are putting a different spin on the company’s food and trying out dishes like Moroccan fish balls. [Wall Street Journal]

Recipe to Try: Cauliflower-Leek Kugel with Almond-Herb Crust. [Epicurious]


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