Mixing Bowl: 'Perfect' Bagel; Kosher Supper Club

What’s it like to run an underground kosher supper club and speakeasy? Itta Werdiger Roth, founder of The Hester, shares her story [Jewess With Attitude]

A look into one of Israel’s largest challah bakeries. [The Kitchn]

…and Israel’s largest hummus factory. [Serious Eats]

Twenty-seven-year-old former genetics student Dan Graf is using science to build the perfect bagel in San Francisco. [Grub Street]

Maimonides’ writings on healthy eating have inspired a vegan restaurant to pop-up in Brooklyn. [New York Daily News]

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