The October Scoop

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How Naugahyde Helped Kitchen Chairs Stay in a Jewish Family for Generations” by Leah Garchick in The Forward

How Lizzie Skurnick Went From Young Adult Authority to Publisher” by Laura Moser in The Forward

A Feminist’s Daughter Finds Love in the Kitchen” by Janet Benton in The New York Times

Check out the new Japanese/Jewish fusion restaurant in Brooklyn, Shalom Japan

Gourmet microwave popcorn from Quinn Popcorn.  It’s got a chemical free bag and popcorn that contains no GMO’s or preservatives. The best part?  It’s delicious.

L’Wren Scott and Banana Republic Collaborate for the Holidays, Vogue.

The new e-commerce site, The Line – A lovely pared down, classic curated shopping site.

 

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2 Comments on The October Scoop

  1. Sophie
    November 8, 2013 at 9:20 pm (7 years ago)

    I love what you have pulled together here on your scoop page. It is going to be my “to do” list to read, take a look at and experience things that you have found. I am looking forward to many more well curated and thoughtful lists, suggestions, recipes and design ideas in blog postings to come. Congrats on a beautiful blog.

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  2. Irina
    November 13, 2013 at 10:46 pm (7 years ago)

    We were in need of a new menorah, ours is so old and rickety it is a project just to get the candles in there. Great suggestions for some contemporary, clean looking menorahs. Just ordered some from CJM! Also, I am trying the apple cake this weekend. Awesome blog- looking forward to the next post!

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