The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Brisket Mondays, Burger King Goes Cage-Free

By Devra Ferst

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Kutsher’s Tribeca is launching Brisket Mondays — a different preparation of brisket will be offered each week. We’re so there! [Eater]

Spice advice from Lior Lev Sercaz, our favorite Israeli spice master. [Food 52]

An Israeli chef and a Palestinian chef work side by side in a DC catering company. [Slate]

Incase we haven’t told you enough about culinary tours in Israel (see here and here), try out the new Rama apps for a tour of Nazareth’s Old City and one of Mahaneh Yehuda.

Burger King has agreed to only sell cage-free products, making it the first fast food restaurant to make the commitment. [Village Voice]

Cod falafel at Mile End? Hmmm, we’re not sure that’s authentic but it sure sounds tasty. [Serious Eats]

Got Kosher Café, in Los Angeles is serving fantastic well-executed Jewish Tunisian food. [LA Weekly]


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