The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Kosher Wimbledon; Pickle Video

By Devra Ferst

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Take a tour of Uri Buri’s ice cream shop in Acco, where he makes locally sourced seasonal ice cream flavors like yogurt with lime and poppy seeds. [Serious Eats]

A kosher food truck rolled up to Wimbledon last week, giving kosher tennis fans some options other than a tuna fish sandwich. [Chabad.org]

Paris-based food writer, David Lebovitz, continues to blog from his trip to the Holy Land. This week he shares his recipe for tahini and almond cookies. [David Lebovitz]

A first look at New York’s newest hip kosher restaurant, Jezebel. [Grub Street]

Canada hosts it’s first kosher wine fest. L’Chaim! [Shalom Life]

Zalatimo bakery in Jerusalem’s Old City has been making mutabak, a paper-thin dough stuffed with white cheese curds and drizzled with simple syrup, for 150 years. Learn how they do it. [The Kitchn]

Home cooking champion Marion Cunningham passed away this week. We’ll be cooking from her “Fannie Farmer” cookbook all weekend in her memory. [New York Times]

Black pepper is one of the most essential ingredients in the kitchen. Get to know the different varieties with this helpful guide. [Serious Eats]

A video about kosher dills. Just for fun.


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