Mixing Bowl: Christmas Meal Alternatives, Brisket and Bialy Recipes and Wine from the Golan
Going to be in New York on Christmas and looking for a break from Chinese food? Eater NY gives us a list of 22 restaurants where you can enjoy a delectable meal. If you’re afraid to stray too far from the classic Chinese feast, they recommend trying Brooklyn’s Mile End Deli’s interpretation. [Eater]
‘Tis the season for brisket. It seems brisket recipes are everywhere at the moment. The Kitchn supplies us with a recipe cooked in pomegranate juice from James Peterson’s new book “Meat: A Kitchen Education.”
The bagel’s cousin, Bialys are a long-standing Jewish food tradition. Learn to make them and enjoy as much onion or garlic center as you wish.
Israeli food critic Dan Rogov discusses Golan Heights Winery, which he argues is the best wine producer in Israel. [Ha’aretz]
Brazil’s new plan to combat greenhouse emissions and climate change now involves cattle ranchers. [The New Scientist]