By Anat Helman
Bringing jointly contributions from a various staff of students, quantity XXVIII of experiences in modern Jewry offers a multifaceted view of the delicate and complicated family among Jews and their foodways. The symposium covers Europe, the center East, Africa, and North the USA from the twentieth century to the twenty first
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He ate it. S. Did you like it too? P. Of course! It was delicious. Until now, I love Jewish food, the pork. 10 The mention of special butchers for pigs (and other non-kosher animals such as rabbits) is not uncommon in testimonies. While it is doubtful that such butchers existed, it is possible that some Jews interpreted a doctor’s prescription for increasing the fat in their diet (a common treatment for pneumonia and bronchitis in the 1920s and 1930s) as an acceptable excuse to include pork and even salo, even if they cared enough to consider the rules of kashrut.
And me, with my weak hands, moved all the coal, wood, and fed, and, bathed, and washed. 17 The respondent describes the process of obtaining the ingredients and the method of preparing dumplings in such great detail because these details emphasize what she saw as the sacrificial nature of her role in the family. In addition, she felt that her spousal duty included ensuring that her husband’s colleagues and bosses appreciated the hospitality and stability of his family. While the choice of dish was her husband’s, it was the respondent’s decision to make dumplings in the “proper” (that is, the most time-consuming) way, despite the large quantity of food involved.
Jews and Their Foodways Account: s5122861 Copyright © 2015. Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. S. or applicable copyright law. 30 Hagit Lavsky maintain control of the camp in the midst of increasingly chaotic conditions. Prisoners who were strong enough to be on their feet were already invading the kitchen and the food stocks; many of them were shot to death by Hungarian guards who were still in the camp, working now for the British. Prisoners who succeeded in gaining access to food generally wound up gorging themselves, and this, after a long period of starvation, proved to be fatal.