The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Passover Knishes; 25 Ways To Use Matzo

By Susan Armitage

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You’ll be glad you bookmarked this one: 25 creative ways to use matzo, from s’mores to spinach and matzoh pie. [Buzzfeed]

New Yorkers, Knishery NYC is taking orders for three kinds of Passover knishes. You can pick them up at Malt & Mold on the Lower East Side or have the “knish bike” deliver to you directly. [Knishery NYC]

Looking for the perfect Seder wine? Here are a dozen kosher bottles to consider, starting at $16. [The New York Times]

Is that kosher? OU Kosher answers consumers’ most common Pesach questions. Coconut oil? Kirkland salmon? They’ve got you covered. [The Yeshiva World News]

The Gins-burg Passover cocktail at San Francisco’s Brasserie S&P isn’t named for Allen, but it looks mouthwatering nonetheless. [Zagat]

Bay Area residents can also check out the first Hazon Jewish Food Festival March 17 in San Francisco. [Jweekly.com]

The Jewish Food Experience, a project of the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, launched its new website this week with recipes and Jewish food news. [Haaretz]

What Is Your Food Worth highlights Mile End, Russ and Daughters and the New Jewish Food Movement. [What Is Your Food Worth]


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