Mixing Bowl: Nora Ephron Cookbook; Bamba and Jezebel

The fantastic Paris-based food writer David Lebovitz is in Israel and has taken us along for the ride on his blog. [David Lebovitz]

An introduction and an ode to the Israeli snack food Bamba. [Serious Eats]

New York’s newest hip kosher restaurant Jezebel is finally set to open. [Women’s Wear Daily]

One mother schlepps kosher meat to a Reform summer camp. Should the Reform movement’s camps offer kosher meat? [Huffington Post]

If you were as sad as we were at the passing of Nora Ephron, you might be interested to know that the writer and filmmaker created a cookbook for friends and family. Unfortunately, it’s not for sale. [LA Times]

COR, the main kosher certifying agency in Toronto, has released a certification for vegetarian and vegan products. [The Canadian Jewish News]

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