The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Manischewitz Cook Off, Bialy and Tahini Recipes

By Devra Ferst

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There’s been quite a lot of chatter about bialys this week on JCarrot. If you can’t make it to Brooklyn to buy one, try making one at home. [Saveur]

Jewish cook offs are sprouting around the country. But the mother of all of them is Manischewitz’s cook off. See if your recipe has what it takes to win the national competition. [Manischewitz]

Many Jews remember the day Oreos went kosher and Hydrox went out the window. But should we really be eating the sandwich cookie? [Tablet]

This weekend, AJWS, along with 200 communities around the country, will observe a Global Hunger Shabbat. Find out more. [Ritual Well]

The end of the year will bring plenty of “best of” lists. This one — of the most thoughtful cookbooks of the year — is worth checking out. [The Kitchn]

Ever wanted to make your own tahini paste (it’ll make your hummus even better)? Here’s how. [Serious Eats]

What’s going on in food policy this week? Find out the five news bites. [Serious Eats]


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