Leah Koenig’s celebrated new cookbook is a tome of 400 Jewish recipes from around the world that represent Jewish cooking here and now, beyond what we think of as “Ashkenazi” or “Sephardic.”
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My mother, Evelyn (Grandma Evie or Grandma E to her grandchildren), made a great tzimmes. As a child, I loved it, but as I got older and tasted it with a different palate and the opinions of my husband and kids, I revisited her recipe to make it more Bazil-family friendly and found that I…
For a long time, Wendy’s family’s tzimmes—flanken with sweet potato and carrots, all cooked down to a sweet pot of comfort—wasn’t part of the repertoire. But then it made a comeback.
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