Mixing Bowl: Kosher TV Star; Jewish Farming; Bill Clinton's Veganism

Britain’s next food TV star may just be a kosher housewife. [The Jewish Chronicle]

With the Jewish farm movement growing, Leah Koenig takes a look at the history of Jewish farming in America. [Tablet]

The tale of a family’s babka recipe. [Gilt Taste]

Last butcher standing: “Yuval Atias is the last of the Bay Area’s independent kosher butchers.” [The Wall Street Journal]

Is the treatment of circus animals kosher? [The Huffington Post]

Bill Clinton declares his veganism. [Grub Street]

Good Reads: “Milk: A Local and Global History” gets reviewed. [Serious Eats]

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