Don’t eat any lettuce you can’t identify the origin of. That overpriced lunch salad? That heirloom vegetable dinner you had planned? That burger with lettuce and tomatoes? Gone, gone and gone. As an E.coli outbreak spreads across this country and Jewish neurotics like myself take to Google in search of symptoms, the CDC has issued an advisory.
The man, the myth, the militantly vegan legend.
Instead of bacon stuffed dates, here’s a savory, kosher spin on the original. Chanie Apfelbaum, otherwise known as @busyinbrooklyn, was kind enough to share this recipe with me, from her upcoming cookbook, Millennial Kosher.
Since 2008, couple Elka Gould and Ami Kaplan, director and producer, have been filming the Badner family coping with the slow decline of their macaroon factory in Williamsburg. A forty-minute film was whittled out of fifty hours of footage, and The Macaroon King documentary was born. The film is an unexpected time capsule into the financial repercussions of the 2008 financial crisis and the growing impossibility of small business in New York.
Today’s food celebrities on Instagram are increasingly coming from an unlikely place — the kosher foodies of the Orthodox Jewish community.