The Jew And The Carrot

Mixing Bowl: Bye-Bye Matzo!

By Susan Armitage

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It’s here! The New York Times Magazine’s 2013 food and drink issue is out this weekend in print and online. Features range from hunting and killing your own dinner to the rise of healthful fast food. [The New York Times]

Bye-bye matzo! Welcome all that delicious chametz back into your life with one of our favorite challah recipes. [Smitten Kitchen]

Or sweeten the end of Pesach with some babka. [The Jewish Week]

Craving spring flavors? Lemons can hold you over until the season gets fully underway. [Food 52]

Hitler’s food taster talks about her bitter years during the war. [Spiegel]

The flap over uncertified meat in Los Angeles isn’t the only kosher scandal in the news this week. Israel’s Rabbinate recently discovered fraudulent labels on leafy greens. [Arutz Sheva]

Another look at Washington, D.C.’s DGS Delicatessen and the modern deli renaissance. [NPR]

Silicon Valley’s top tech minds tackle food issues this weekend at the Food Hackathon in San Francisco. [Silicon Valley Business Journal]


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