Mixing Bowl: Pickled Tongue; Google Cooking Classes; James Beard Awards

The debate whether to boycott Israeli products at the Park Slope Food Co-op continues. [WNYC].

A recipe for pickled tongue? Ah, it would make your bubbe proud. [Serious Eats]

A chef-turned-rabbinical student struggles with eating food on Shabbat that was prepared in advance, which doesn’t compare in taste as food just made. [Tablet]

The James Beard Foundation announced its first Leadership Awards honoring ‘visionaries’ in sustainable food. Congrats MObama, Alice Waters and Food Corps! [The New York Times]

The debate over stunning as a ‘humane’ means of animal slaughter continues in Europe. The proposed law in the Netherlands would effect not just Jews, but the country’s Muslim population as well. [Huffington Post]

Looking for some free cooking classes that don’t require you to leave home? Check some out on Google+. [New York Times]

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