Podcast Episode 80: Kosher and Passover Dining

Stephanie Georgieff
By Liz Rueven
  • Check out Liz's blog, Kosher Like Me

  • Liz’s advice for sourcing kosher/organic foods when traveling is to go to local farmer’s market or take a walking food tour early in the trip and talk to people about where they shop and eat.

  • Liz’s favorite farmer’s market is in her hometown of Westport, Connecticut

  • When shopping at a farmers market, ask the vendors how much of the food is local and if they were grown without pesticides.

  • Try the fried olives at Balaboosta

  • Liz co-authored 4 Bloggers Dish: Passover: Modern Twists on Traditional Flavors with Amy Kritzer of What Jew Wanna Eat, Sarah Lasry of The Patchke Princess, and Whitney Fisch of Jew Hungry

  • Find out how Mazon helps feed the hungry in Los Angeles and supports community services throughout the country.

4 Bloggers Dish: Passover: Modern Twists on Traditional Flavors Food for Thought:

  • Q: Avocados are the second fattiest fruit. What is the first?

  • A: Olives.

Out of the Frying Pan:

  • Favorite Recipes from the book that Liz wrote: Slow Roasted Beet Relish

  • Favorite Recipe from the book that one her partner's wrote: Amy's Mini Potato Kugel

  • Favorite food tour: Bend, OR

  • Blogger to follow: Amy Kritzer, Sarah Lasry, and Whitney Fisch

  • To get vegetarian or kosher food in New York City: 12 Chairs

  • Favorite place to eat in or around Westport, CT: The Schoolhouse

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