Mixing Bowl: New Year's Dinner in Israel, New York's Best Bagel and OU Lawsuits

The Orthodox Union and other kosher agencies are fighting lawsuits against companies that falsely use their name and certification, the Wall Street Journal reports.

What’s the best bagel in New York City? Midtown Lunch attempts to answer the age-old question.

Like many passionate foodies, Sarah Melamed of Israeli blog Food Bridge loves outdoor markets. This week, she takes us on a tour of Akko’s shuk.

The Sarabeth’s cookbook by jamstress and baker Sarabeth Levine is finally out. Serious Eats’ Cook The Book gives us her rugelach recipe.

Spending New Year’s Eve in Israel? Ha’aretz has where to eat.

On the Island of Djerba, known as the “Island of Dreams,” off the coast of Tunisia Jews and Muslims have lived together peacefully since the fall of the temple. Over time, their culinary traditions have blended almost seamlessly. JPost shares the story and a recipe for Fish Moukli, a local dish made with tilapia.

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