Mixing Bowl: Kosher Tailgating, Jewish Farming and Kutcher's Brunch

Headed to the Super Bowl this weekend? We’re jealous! While you’re there, check out the giant kosher tailgate party being hosted by Chabad. [Chabad.org]

Downtown Manhattan just got a little slice of Israel. A new Aroma Espresso bar opened near Wall Street (and the Forward!). [Midtown Lunch]

Adam Berman, founder of Urban Adamah chats about Jewish farming. [Grist]

Food in Art: the Jewish Museum looks at the artistic side of Tu B’Shvat, from the 1940s to the present. [Jewish Museum Blog]

Montreal’s famous Schwartz’s Deli may get some new owners. But don’t worry, the smoked meat isn’t going anywhere. [The Montreal Gazette]

Hummus’s cousin, baba ghanoush, a roasted eggplant dip, doesn’t usually get the respect it deserves. Try out this recipe at home. [The Daily Meal]

Kutcher’s, a new self proclaimed “Jewish bistro,” in Manhattan just added brunch to their offerings. We’re on board with any place that serves matzo ball soup as a hangover food. [Grub Street]

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