Jewish Food

The Boozy Jew: Pumpkin Ales

The Boozy Jew: Pumpkin Ales
By October 27, 2010

It’s fall, which means crisp air, football, leaves changing and a bunch of yokels running around going ape shit for pumpkin beer.  Let the Boozy Jew go on record, I hate pumpkin beer.  Don’t get me wrong, I love pumpkin, … Read More

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Pastrami: All Grown Up

Pastrami: All Grown Up
By October 19, 2010

A bad idea is skipping breakfast, taking the newest issue of New York Magazine with me on the train, and reading about the new variations on the pastrami sandwich. I can’t say I’ve ever tried any of the three sandwiches … Read More

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The Boozy Jew: Getting Sloshed for Simchat Torah

The Boozy Jew: Getting Sloshed for Simchat Torah
By September 29, 2010

As The Boozy Jew, it’s not often I actually need an excuse to drink, but I’ll take them when I can get them, which is why I’m pretty pumped this Friday is Simchat Torah, the day we celebrate receiving the … Read More

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Israel Gets Porkier

Israel Gets Porkier
By September 29, 2010

It seems the current cultural trend of Jews openly celebrating their love of pork, opening restaurants such as Traif in New York and Animal in Los Angeles has arrived in Israel. Jeffery Yoskowitz of The New York Times reported today … Read More

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Urban Honey: Keeping Bees in NYC

Urban Honey: Keeping Bees in NYC
By September 7, 2010

Text by Juliet Linderman Photos by Jesse Untracht-Oakner There are certain things we can see and touch, but seem unbelievable: the way that barley, hops and cereal grains ferment and become beer; how grapes shrivel in the sun to become raisins; … Read More

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The Boozy Jew: Winding Down the Summer With Rosé

The Boozy Jew: Winding Down the Summer With Rosé
By August 31, 2010

We are in the dying weeks of the summer and sitting here at my desk with a viewof the world outside, all I can think of is rosé .  Yeah yeah I know, Rosé is “so hot right now” and … Read More

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Amanda Cohen to be First Vegetarian Chef on Iron Chef America

Amanda Cohen to be First Vegetarian Chef on Iron Chef America
By August 27, 2010

Amanda Cohen has created a reputation for herself as a chef defiantly supportive of vegetables.  When she opened her restaurant Dirt Candy (which is certified Kosher) a few years ago, she received just as much attention for her blog, a … Read More

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The Boozy Jew: The Laws of Bourbon

The Boozy Jew: The Laws of Bourbon
By August 12, 2010

Maybe it’s due to our claustrophobic surroundings, sitting in dimly lit rooms all day in front of brightly lit computers, filling the internets with tales of intrigue and snark, whatever the reason, we Jewcy writers like to drink, and the … Read More

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