Jewish Food

There Will Be Hamantaschen (In The Streets Of Austin)

There Will Be Hamantaschen (In The Streets Of Austin)
By March 15, 2011

If you are in need of triangle cookie with apricot/strawberry/raspberry jam in the middle this Sunday, either seek out somebody from Jewcy, or tweet “Hey @JewcyMag I want #Austinhamantaschen” and we will tell you where to get it. Read More

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The Boozy Jew: Cocktails On Purim

The Boozy Jew: Cocktails On Purim
By March 15, 2011

What would Mordechai drink? We’ve got the answer. Read More

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Jeremiah Lockwood Takes Us To Little Senegal To Talk Food

Jeremiah Lockwood Takes Us To Little Senegal To Talk Food
By March 11, 2011

The Sway Machinery’s Jeremiah Lockwood takes us to New York’s Little Senegal neighborhood to talk about African food. Read More

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Jewish Mothers Cooking: Gabby David’s Favorite Veggie Burgers

Jewish Mothers Cooking: Gabby David’s Favorite Veggie Burgers
By March 10, 2011

Vegetarian mom admits that The Minimalist made the best veggie burgers. Read More

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Register For The 2011 Hazon Food Confrence

Register For The 2011 Hazon Food Confrence
By March 3, 2011

Are you in need of a fun, educational and possibly life changing experience this summer? Then you are in luck because the date and venue of the 2011 Hazon Food Conference has been finalized and registration is now open. Read More

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Jewish Mothers Cooking: Mama Goldberg’s Cholent

Jewish Mothers Cooking: Mama Goldberg’s Cholent
By February 10, 2011

Our fashion editor talks to her mom about her world famous cholent. Read More

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FFJD: I’ll Have The Burger With Some Salad

FFJD: I’ll Have The Burger With Some Salad
By February 7, 2011

Eating on a first date is tough and often awkward. Read More

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Etrog Confit And The End Of The Minimalist

Etrog Confit And The End Of The Minimalist
By February 4, 2011

It’s sad to see The Minimalist column end. The last minutes before shabbas are particularly special for Jews. The Minimalist always helped me make the most of them. Read More

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