The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Extending Purim; Tel Aviv's Best Borekas; Gefilteria Launches

By Devra Ferst

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Purim might be over but you can still savor some hamantaschen out in Midwood, Brooklyn. [Serious Eats]

Or, feast like the Persians with a homemade feast. [Haaretz]

The Gefilteria, which will sell sustainably sourced gefilte fish and DIY gefilte fish kits, along with other updated Jewish classics will launch this weekend. [Grub Street]

Legendary cheese monger, Anne Saxelby, provides her picks for great places to eat on the Lower East Side, including some great Jewish classics like Kossar’s Bialy’s. [Edible Manhattan]

The Brooklyn Transplant, a bagel stacked high with herring, lox and whitefish, at Shelsky’s Smoked Fish is featured as the Sandwich of the Week. [The Daily Meal]

“Katz’s Hosts a Pop-up for the Pastrami-rati.” The best Jewish food headline we’ve read this year. [Grub Street]

The 5 best borekas in Tel Aviv. Ummm, flakey goodness. [Haaretz]


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