Mixing Bowl: Bon Appetit Relaunch Preview, Updated Jewish Fare, Jewish Deli Sandwiches

If you’re like us and cannot wait to see what’s in store for the Bon Appetit relaunch, check out Eater’s interview with the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Adam Rapoport.

Fifteen Boston-area chefs attempted to update Jewish food at the “Beyond Bubbie’s Kitchen’’ event held last Sunday. Tzimmes inspired Japanese yam maki and culinary ruminations on borscht led to a beet salad with blood orange and homemade ricotta, Boston.com reports.

Serious Eats’ ‘Sandwich a Day’ highlights the mother of Montreal deli sammies — Smoked Meat at Schwartz’s Montreal Hebrew Delicatessen.

This week Mile End Deli, a Montreal-style Jewish deli in Brooklyn, celebrates its one-year anniversary. If you can’t get to Schwartz’s, we recommend Noah Bernamoff’s interpretation of the classic Montreal sandwich.

Want to improve your cooking? Well, as Sarabeth Levine said this week, it’s all about technique. Improve yours by checking out The Kitchn’s “How To” series running this month. Brush up on everything from knife skills to eggs.

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