1. How Jews Eat


    from MyJewishLearning.com Added 8,163 7 1

    This isn't a how-to. This is about what Jews actually do. Kugels. Knishes. Chulent. Bagels & lox & cream cheese & schmaltz herring. And falafel with extra harif..... Half slice-of-life and half anthropology, "How Jews Eat" checks out why we love to eat, what food means to us, and what aspects of eating we're afraid of.

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    • 24 Hour Restaurant Battle: Deli Battle


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      Both of these longtime duos have what it takes to work in the NYC food scene and revamp Jewish deli food to a fresh new level. Working together at New York restaurant Mark, Erik Rubin is employed as chef and general manager, and Donna Erlich serves as the manager. They both grew up alongside their fathers in the restaurant business and now dream of opening an upscale deli called Rubin’s Reubens. New York-based brother and sister duo Zach Israel, operations manager of Hudson Terrace, and Sasha Israel, a bartender at SideBar and Hudson Terrace as well as a freelance photographer, dream of meshing a New York sports bar with a Kosher-style deli to create their restaurant, Izzy’s. With their extensive restaurant backgrounds, the competition heats up as both teams work to amp up their careers and make the best deli food. Judges include: Alison Brod, Gabriella Gershenson, and David Sax.

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      • 1 Minute Meal: "Bialy Stock"


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        Marc Halprin had worked in bagel distribution for 15 years when he was offered a chance to buy Kossar's Bialys, a historic bakery on the Lower East Side. Although he was obsessed with reviving the old-fashioned bagel, Marc set that goal aside once he realized that the bialy was in even more danger of going extinct -- or, worse yet, tough and flavorless. http://www.kossarsbialys.com http://oneminutemealfilms.com

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        • Forward Presents 'Honey & Schmaltz' Release


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          The Forward celebrated the release of 'Honey & Schmaltz' an online recipe project created by Sari Kamin who documented the Jewish family recipes of forty passionate home cooks and professional chefs. The party took place at Shelsky's in Brooklyn – a modern day appetizing shop. Read more: Honey & Schmaltz: Your Virtual Jewish Recipe Box http://jd.fo/p42Ck Check out Kamin's project: http://honeyandschmaltz.com/

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          • Cantor Buchdahl Introduces "Food for Soul"


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            Angela W. Buchdahl, Central Synagogue's senior cantor, introducing "Food for Soul," an online cookbook of Jewish food created by congregants.

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            • Dishing Up the Past - Episode 5 - Grandma Minnie's Pickles


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              Though the pickle recipe was brought over from Russia by Minnie Lampcov, her son Harold has been making them for decades with his wife Barbara. In a normal year, they would can about a dozen jars of pickles, which would last the family until the following summer. But this year is different. A few months ago, Harold’s wife passed away; Grandma Barbara is not here to help out anymore. In this video, he passes the recipe onto his granddaughter Sydney in honour of her wedding. Pickles have a special significance in her relationship with fiance Will. They were his introduction to this creative and resourceful DIY family. With the help of Will and Karen, Sydney's mother, they hope to make one jar for every guest at their upcoming nuptials. Will they succeed? ~ Food brings us together; one shared plate can produce countless moments and memories. The Roots & Recipes project aims to collect recipes and kitchen stories from first and second generation immigrants in Montreal in an inter-generational video series, Dishing Up the Past, and through live events. For full recipes and more visit rootsandrecipes.com ~ This project was made possible by Gen J.

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              • Leah Koenig at Essex Market


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                Forward food writer Leah Koenig interviews Brooke Hadley Catherine Little at Formaggio Essex in the Essex St. Market on Manhattan's Lower East Side.

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                • Why Pray a Prayer One Hundred Times?


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                  Author of the Sacred Echo, Margaret Feinberg explores prayer. ** Margaret Feinberg is a popular Bible teacher and speaker at churches and leading conferences such as Catalyst, Thrive and Extraordinary Women. Her books and Bible studies have sold over 600,000 copies and received critical acclaim and extensive national media coverage from CNN, the Associated Press, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and more. She was recently named one of 50 women most shaping culture and the church today by Christianity Today, one of the 30 Voices who will help lead the church in the next decade by Charisma magazine and one of the ’40 Under 40’ who will shape Christian publishing by Christian Retailing magazine. Margaret currently lives in Morrison, Colorado, with her husband, Leif and their superpup, Hershey. Check out Margaret's Website: http://www.margaretfeinberg.com
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                  • Hinda's Old World Recipes: Kreplach


                    from Richard Burke Added 186 0 0

                    Learn how to make Kreplach, a traditional food for the Jewish High Holidays. These delicious meat dumplings are great in Chicken Soup or as a dumpling in a stir fry.

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                    • Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi - Jerusalem cook book


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                      A demonstration of how to make shakshuka from two extremely talented and passionate food connoisseurs and to hear about their new book Jerusalem. Jerusalem's culture of food has been shaped over thousands of years with influences from Muslim, Jewish, Arab, Christian and Armenian communities. The renowned chef, food columnist, and restaurateur Yotam Ottolenghi joins forces with his fellow chef Sami Tamimi to explore the cuisine of their shared home city. Part of Topping & Co. Book Festival, 5th October 2012 © 2013 Jeanette Weston, magusstudio.com

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