The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Purim Cooking Videos; Occupy Our Food Supply

By Devra Ferst

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TGI Shabbat: Check out this lovely challah recipe. [Food 52]

Kosher, vegan restaurant mini-chain, Blossom expands into the world of baking with their first bakery. [Diner’s Journal]

Incase you missed it, this Monday was Occupy Our Food Supply Day. Check out some essays on the day over at Grist.

Yiddish Cooking: Learn to make two types of hamantaschen with the Forverts cooking video (with English subtitles). [Forverts]

Or, if you’d like prefer learn to make babka, try this video. [Koshercook.com]

Italian Jews celebrate Purim with almond bon bons and ravioli. Try the scrumptious recipes. [Dinner in Venice]

Jack’s Wife Freda serves up “South African Israeli Jewish Grandmother Cuisine,” and other delights. [Grub Street]

Shawarma gets a healthy homemade makeover. [The Daily Meal]


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