Mixing Bowl: DIY Bialys, Falafel Parties

New York City gets its first kosher sports bar! Which team will you root for at the new spot? [Eater]

Don’t get us wrong, we love a good bagel and shmear. But, sometimes, life just calls for bialys. Try making some with the help of this easy tutorial. [The Kitchn]

Throw a falafel party! Here’s a step-by-step guide. [Food 52]

Who invented the Reuben sandwich? [New York Times]

If you’ve ever visited the Middle East, you’ve likely tasted one of the area’s signature flavors, za’atar. But where does the spice blend come from? Find out here. [NPR]

Some frozen treats to cool you down on a hot summer day. [Food 52]

5 excellent food reads to devour this summer. [Serious Eats]

Garlic scapes are only available for a few weeks of the year. Make the most of them with this garlic scape pesto recipe. [Food 52]

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