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The pickle! That fermented flavor, that solidly sour mouthfeel, that palate-cleansing post hotdog taste. The bright green, with its violent crunch! How we Jews love our pickles! But how did this love affair begin?
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.
To a casual observer, Natalie Portman’s abdication from her position of prominent, staunch celebrity Israel supporter might seem shocking. To a more refined class of salariat types (like me, kind of) this position is nothing more than Miss Natalie expressing what she has always believed: that while she is a fan of vegan hummus and the Hilton beach, she cannot stand behind Netanyahu’s more ethically ambiguous political stances. You do you, Miss Natalie.
If you’re looking to rebel with a little something extra, this might be the most non-kosher sandwich of all time.