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the kitchn: 7 Questions for Janna Gur, Author of Jewish Soul Food

Melanie Wong | Dec 14, 201412:18 PM     1

"...Many of the cuisines being cooked in Israel today are on the verge of extinction because they no longer exist in their original provenance. At the moment, Israel still has first-generation immigrants who are making them. It is a melting pot, but also a living museum. I thought of myself less as a recipe developer and more as a curator. I wanted to take these dishes and present them in a way that felt useful and vibrant. "

7 Questions for Janna Gur, Author of Jewish Soul Food — Expert Interview

With Hanukkah around the corner and Christmas coming soon, holiday cookbook season is in full swing. Among the piles of recently published, glossy tomes...

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