The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: DIY Tahini; I Dream of Falafel

By Devra Ferst

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Just because Rosh Hashanah is over, doesn’t mean you can’t still celebrate the start of the year with something sweet. Here are 11 great honey recipes including one for Fig, Phyllo and Honey Stacks and another for Lavender Honey Thyme Frozen Yogurt. [Serious Eats]

…And if you’re going through apple withdraw after the holiday, try this simple Cranberry Apple Strudel. [Serious Eats]

If you love making your own hummus, try this DIY tahini recipe. [The Kitchn]

I Dream of Falafel is perhaps the best name for a falafel shop we’ve ever heard of. Plus they serve sweet potato falafel. How are we just hearing about this? [Serious Eats]

Take a look into how Kellogg’s keep Corn Flakes kosher in the world’s largest cereal plant. [The Jewish Chronicle]

Savor the end of summer with an Israeli couscous vegetable stew. [New York Times]

…or pareve creamed corn [Food 52]

What were the most significant innovations in culinary history? Here’s a list of the top 20. [The Atlantic]


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