Of course, your favorite bloggers tickle your emotional palates with scintillating and refreshing posts about all aspects of their Jewish identity and theorizing, providing you the lists of ingredients that compose the complicated insouciance of their daily, contemporary Jewish lives. But, to paraphrase Joan Rivers' standard red carpet inquiry, "What are they eating?"
Thanks to the 92y blog (shoutout to Krucoff, he of the Jerusalem bar mitzvah and subsequent rejection of rumor-mongering Gawker for the more wholesome life of Jewish nonprofit blogging), I now have Jewcy president/editor-in-chief Tahl Raz's famous Israeli salad recipe. It's part of the 92nd Street Y Cookbook. Which I didn't really know existed. But now I can pair Tahl's salad with Gael Greene's Orange Fruit Soup, or if I prefer, have a dessert-off between F. Murray Abraham's Choco Dot Pumpkin Cake and Dr. Ruth Westheimer's Hamantaschen. (No, that's not a euphemism.)