The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Nate Silver's Burrito Blog, Reubans

By Blair Thornburgh

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Take a tasty tour through New York’s Holyland Market for Israeli staples from amba to za’atar. [Serious Eats]

Healthy, fall ingredients like carrots, quinoa and caraway seeds combine to re-imagine the traditional kugel four times over. [The New York Times]

Ever tried a vegan Reuben before? Locali, a “conscious convenience store” in Los Feliz, Calif., uses tofu, pickling spices and Daiya cheese for a clever, cruelty-free copy. [LA Weekly]

FiveThirtyEight’s Nate Silver: statistics savant, presidential pick predictor … food blogger? His Burrito Bracket blog from back in the day puts tacos from his (and President Obama’s) Chicago home in an NCAA-style bracket. [Grub Street]

Won’t you take me to… BrisketTown? New Jersey chef and Brisketlab mastermind Daniel Delaney smokes up a storm to bring Texas-style meats to the East Coast. [New York Times]

Get a jump start on Thanksgiving with 10 make-ahead recipes for the big day — because it’s never too early to start talking turkey. [Food 52]


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