I am happy to have a guest post today on the Jewish Daily Forward’s Food Blog “The Jew and the Carrot“. The piece called the Ecology of Challah Baking grew from an earlier post on this blog and a comment from a reader.
It is exciting to appear in one of the newest online branches of one of the oldest Jewish newspapers in the US. The Forward was once read primarily in Yiddish by thousands of Jewish immigrants to America including my own great grandparents. The paper remains a strong force today and in addition to the English and Yiddish print editions now has a website with a lucky seven blogs.
If you are finding On the Lettuce Edge for the first time, please leave a comment and consider signing up as a subscriber. This blog will focus on topics ranging from parenting, farming and sewing to ecology and Jewish life. You can use the categories on the right to navigate topics or to jump to another Jewish related post on this blog click here. I am also looking for a couple of likeminded writers to join the effort because many voices are more interesting than one. If you are interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, it is not too late to enter to win a natural and organic Purim Basket from Israeli Harvest, our small business that supports farms in Israel. Please visit this post on Homeshuling and leave a comment to enter the giveaway. Thanks for visiting and please come back soon!