The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Mile End Sandwich; Ethical Meat

By Devra Ferst

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Mile End Sandwich, the newest deli shop from Mile End Deli, a Montreal-style deli in New York, has opened its doors and it’s serving smoked meat and breakfast sandwiches. [Grub Street]

Russ and Daughters, the iconic New York appetizing shop, shares their recipe for chopped liver with caramelized onions. [Serious Eats

The New York Times announces the winner of their Essay for Ethical Meat Eating Contest. Tell us why you think eating or not eating meat is an ethical decision. [New York Times]

Zack Kutsher, owner of Kutsher’s Tribeca, talks Jewish food and why p’tcha will never make a come back. [Village Voice]

Is farmed salmon safe? Ross Anderson investigates in Chile and at home. [Food Safety News]


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