Mixing Bowl: Pastrami Knish; Farm Bill

Catch a sneak peak of “The Mile End Cookbook,” which has a whole section on DIY deli. We’re getting hungry just thinking about it. [Grub Street]

This week the Senate passed the farm bill. Now, on to the House! [New York Times]

When it comes to food labeling, it looks like kosher is king. [NPR]

Knishery NYC’s pastrami knish is now available daily at Malt and Mold on New York’s Lower East Side. [Knishery NYC]

Chomp into the history of Goldberg’s Peanut Chews. [Serious Eats]

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