Tag Archives: Pesach

Pesach/Passover 2017

http://www.latimes.com/food/dailydish/la-dd-michael-twitty-20170410-story.html I had a wonderful Pesach, and we have two more days to go. As we leave the holiday, I wanted to make sure my blog followers got to read this interview from the LA Times. I can’t thank the Skirball … Continue reading

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Toledo Blade

http://m.toledoblade.com/Food/2015/03/24/Soul.html Recipes from the real Koshersoul! Enjoy! Thanks to Rose Russell from the Toledo Blade for bringing my recipes and story to life!  Happy Pesach!

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The Washington Post: Passover With A Strictly Biblical Flavor

http://m.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/passover-with-a-strictly-biblical-flavor/2014/04/07/f6893c04-b531-11e3-b899-20667de76985_story.html Special thanks to Rhea Yablon Kennedy for a fantastic sampling in the Washington Post and a for a great adaptation of my Barbecue Lamb Rub.  The tested recipe shot looks beautiful!! Happy Pesach!

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Passover: A Black-Jewish Food Musing

I am a Jew.  Once upon a time people used to scoff at that statement because all they could think about was a Hasidic diamond merchant…because that’s not stereotypical…Others treat me more like a religious guest worker rather than a … Continue reading

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The Cotton Kingdom: A Photographic Essay

Photography by JWD and Jasper Colt @kidcolt on behalf of The Cooking Gene Project.  Special thanks to them both for the extraordinary images and video.   Special thanks to Chippokes Plantation State Park, Surry County, Virginia; Jennica Walker and the … Continue reading

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