Mixing Bowl: Homemade Hummus, Turkey Challah

MyJewishLearning.com has served up a new Jewish food blog, A recent post features a Jewish takes on Thanksgiving food in the form of a turkey shaped challah. Festive. [The Nosher]

Which food magazine has the best Thanksgiving issue? Eater weighs in. Who has the best round-up of glossy Thanksgiving food coverage? Eater wins. [Eater]

Say goodbye to Sabra and give this three-step recipe for homemade hummus a whirl. [Serious Eats]

Marge becomes a food blogger in this week’s episode of the Simpsons. Simpsons executive producer Max Selman gives us a preview of what to expect. [Grub Street]

Alex Reznik, the star Jewish contestant of Top Chef D.C., swears he didn’t steal the pea puree last season. He also divulges details from his soon-to-open restaurant in L.A. Pro Tip: It’s kosher and it has a sushi bar. [Tablet]

Carpaccio: it may have started in Italy, but you can find it in Israel, too. It’s not so hard to make at home, either, but be sure to call it by its native name. “Thin slices of raw beef” doesn’t have a nice a ring to it. [Jerusalem Post]

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