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Mixing Bowl: ‘Chew on This,’ and Kosher Milk Controversy

This summer Food & Wine Best New Chef Bradford Thompson will fire up the stoves at the soon-to-open Jezebel, a “Modern American Kosher” in Tribeca. [GrubStreet]

Sabich, an Iraqi Jewish sandwich with fried eggplant, egg and Israeli salads is tough to find in New York. So how do two of the options stand up? [Midtown Lunch]

An organic milk company in Maine called MOOMilk is being sued by the Orthodox Union for using its kosher symbol without authorization. Boston Herald

If you’re anything like us, your idea of a beach read includes sumptuous descriptions of meals in Paris and books on beer (to be enjoyed while drinking a cold one, of course). Here are some summer reading suggestions for food lovers. [Eater]

A perfect way to celebrate the warm weather, Watermelon Radish and Fennel Salad with Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette. [The Daily Meal]

Dr. Robert S. Lawrence, a professor of Environmental Health Sciences at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health argues that the FDA isn’t doing enough to restrict the use of antibiotics in farm animals. [The Atlantic]

Netflix is now streaming 14 food-focused TED talks called “Chew on This.” [LA Times]

If you need a break from hummus, here are five great bean dips. [The Kitchn

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