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The Fascinating Connection Between New York Citys Jewish and Chinese Immigrants – Saveur

| July 21, 2022

In 1957, a new kind of restaurant opened at 135 Essex Street in Manhattan, more or less equidistant from the boroughs Chinatown and the tenements that had served as the epicenter for Jewish immigrants since the turn of the 19th century. It wasnt the cuisine that was new.

Daily Kickoff: Tom Nides and CIA Director Burns on Biden’s Mideast visit + IDF @ Aspen – Jewish Insider

| July 21, 2022

Money Matters:WhatsApp founder Jan Koum donated $2 million to the AIPAC-affiliated United Democracy Project last month, according to its newly released June donor report. HighSage Ventures founder Jonathon Jacobson donated $1 million

The best of both East and West Coast cuisine: New gourmet sandwich eatery opens – Long Island Advance

| July 21, 2022

By Shana Braff We all want the best of both worlds, but must temper this desire with the understanding that we cant have our cake and eat it, too. While this adage is true in most cases, at The Artisan in Patchogue, you can have your East Coast comfort fare paired with West Coast surfer flair

Where To Eat in Paris: A Personal List – Jewish Journal

| July 21, 2022

When I returned to Paris in April 2022, I was on a mission. With a short time left on the planet before it either burns up or Marine Le Pen is elected, I wanted to dine in as many elevated addressesMichelin-starred or trending hot spotsas possible. As for the budget, lets just say I was lucky to be a guest of someone with resources

The Unique History Of Steak Tartare, Once A Snack Of Warriors – Tasting Table

| July 21, 2022

According to Jewish Viennese Food, the sauce was named for the Tartar tribe, though not for obvious reasons. The French considered the Eastern European gherkin, an ingredient in the sauce, exotic, so named it after the Tartars. Another entertaining idea presented by Nino Shaye Weiss at Jewish Viennese Food pertains to steak tartare in its other incarnation, "steak l'Americaine." Wiess proposes that because French chefs considered Americans barbarians who may not even know how to cook meat, naming the raw dish "steak the American way" was applicable

Weaponizing Food: How Cond Nast Transformed an Israeli City Into a Palestinian Town – Algemeiner

| July 21, 2022

Cond Nast, the global media conglomerate that owns Vogue and The New Yorker, published a piece this month, titled The Unsung Food Destinations to Travel for Now, which completely severs the connection between the city of Nazareth and the country where its located: Israel.

How TikTok Resurrected the Worlds Oldest Sandwich – The Takeout

| July 21, 2022

Sure, a sandwich seems like a simple dish: just a couple pieces of bread, some filling, and bam, youve got yourself a meal. But in its simplicity there is complexity, because there are an endless number of combinations of bread, filling, sauces, and toppings that can make the perfect sandwich.

Fri, July 15 at 8pm – The Great American Recipe – WSIU

| July 21, 2022

THE GREAT AMERICAN RECIPE is a new eight-part uplifting cooking competition that celebrates the multiculturalism that makes American food unique and iconic. Hosted by Alejandra Ramos, the series gives talented home cooks from different regions of the country the opportunity to showcase their beloved signature dishes and compete to win the national search for The Great American Recipe.

Israeli Food is so Jewish, Here’s Why – aish.com Jewlish, Food 4 Thought, Featured – Aish.com

| July 14, 2022

The foods that make up the Israeli cuisine tell the story of the Jewish people. People are falling in love with Israeli food more and more these days as Israeli food culture becomes widely known around the world for its unique mix of tastes and colors, smells and spices. But what makes Israeli food specifically Israeli

Old Bay on Everything: How the Crab Seasoning is Taking Over – Washingtonian

| July 14, 2022

Its midafternoon on a Thursday when I arrive at Crabtowne USA, a downmarket, 70s-era crab house on the side of a six-lane highway behind BWI. At 3:30, people are already bibbed out and hammering at crab shells with wooden mallets, a soft percussive clatter beneath the Goo Goo Dolls song that ricochets off the walls


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