The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: 'Chew on This,' and Kosher Milk Controversy

By Devra Ferst

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This summer Food & Wine Best New Chef Bradford Thompson will fire up the stoves at the soon-to-open Jezebel, a “Modern American Kosher” in Tribeca. [GrubStreet]

Sabich, an Iraqi Jewish sandwich with fried eggplant, egg and Israeli salads is tough to find in New York. So how do two of the options stand up? [Midtown Lunch]

An organic milk company in Maine called MOOMilk is being sued by the Orthodox Union for using its kosher symbol without authorization. [Boston Herald]

If you’re anything like us, your idea of a beach read includes sumptuous descriptions of meals in Paris and books on beer (to be enjoyed while drinking a cold one, of course). Here are some summer reading suggestions for food lovers. [Eater]

A perfect way to celebrate the warm weather, Watermelon Radish and Fennel Salad with Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette. [The Daily Meal]

Dr. Robert S. Lawrence, a professor of Environmental Health Sciences at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health argues that the FDA isn’t doing enough to restrict the use of antibiotics in farm animals. [The Atlantic]

Netflix is now streaming 14 food-focused TED talks called “Chew on This.” [LA Times]

If you need a break from hummus, here are five great bean dips. [The Kitchn


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