Mixing Bowl: Pastrami Galore, Rugelach Added to Dictionary, Libyan Jewish Cuisine

This month’s issue of Saveur focuses on all variates sandwiches and of course takes a look at the great Katz’s deli. They share Katz’s recipe for chopped liver and a great video on the 2nd Avenue Deli’s pastrami.

Can you handle more pastrami? If so, check out Jamie Geller’s recipe for pastrami kugel on kosher.com.

In Rome, writer and sommelier Katie Parla, finds culinary traces of the former Jewish community of Libya, on The Atlantic.

Finally! Rugelach is added to the Oxford English Dictionary, along with Taquito and muffin top, reports the Daily Dish.

What role can Jewish women play in wine making? Wines Israel takes a look.

Chozen, an all natural kosher ice cream company adds “Chocolate Gelt (a fudge ice cream with milk-chocolate coins like the ones that are popular during Hanukkah),” to their line says Grub Street.

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