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This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is delving into some delicious food memories, using theJewish cuisine on Delancey Street in New York City, as a guide. Welcoming Aaron Rezny, Jordan Schaps, Arthur Schwartz and Cara De Silva to the show, they are the authors and contributors to the book "Eating Delancey: A Celebration of Jewish Food." Delancey Street conjures up an entire world of Yiddishkeit, or, "the quality of being Jewish; the Jewish way of life or its customs and practices." Delancey, and the streets that cross it in the Lower East Side—Ludlow, Essex, Orchard, Rivington, and its "sister" street to the north, Houston Street—are the historical home of Jewish immigrants and thus a cradle of that unique Jewish experience. The group discusses how all the foods that were brought to America in the early 20th century by Jews during the great emigration from Europe came to the Lower East Side: knishes, bagels, lox, pastrami, whitefish, dill pickles, kasha, herring, egg creams, and much more. It is an area that continues to undergo rapid change but Eating Delancey hopes to capture forever the Jewish cuisine of the Lower East Side. Tune in to hear the book's background details by those who know it best. This is a wonderfully informative and lively show! This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"Food is about the most powerful identity market that there is." [16:50]

--Cara De Silva on A Taste of the Past

"My favorite memory of Ratner's is seeing a table of six nuns!" [28:25]

--Jordan Schaps on A Taste of the Past

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Prepping for Passover? Tune in to this week's Eat Your Words as host Cathy Erway chats with author Leah Koenig about her new book "Modern Jewish Cooking: Recipes & Customs for Today’s Kitchen." Talking about how she fell in love with cooking plus how she rediscovered these traditional bites, Leah details how she was able to put her unique stamp on the cuisine with 175 recipes that showcase the handmade, seasonal, and vegetable-forward dishes. From soups to sweets that go beyond the traditional, Leah explains how she also incorporates regional influences from North Africa to Central Europe. After the break, Cathy gets the scoop on some of Leah's greatest cooking successes and her thoughts on treading the line between traditional and progressive holiday foods. This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"Of all the Jewish holidays, Passover is the hardest one to get crazy with because if there's no matzo ball soup on the table people with throw a fit!"

--Leah Koenig on Eat Your Words

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This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway is talking with author Janna Gur about her new recipe book, "Jewish Soul Food." Just in time for upcoming holidays, Cathy kicks off the show asking Janna why she decided to take on writing this book. She elaborates that she wanted to bring the 'greatest hits' of Jewish grandmothers to North American readers. Considering herself more of a curator of wonderful recipes at her disposal, she explains that she nearly prefers that title to cookbook author because the included recipes have been tried again and again and are not solely based on her personal tastes. Janna currently lives in Tel Aviv, Israel and sheds light on the environment there from the political turmoil to the cultural and culinary highlights. Tune in to hear all about the new book as well as the definition and differences between Ashkenazi and Sephardic cooking. This program was brought to you by Fairway Market.

"The only way to really preserve a cuisine to cook it and find as many people as possible to eat it."

"Israelis have this really lustful life and part of it is the food."

--Janna Gur on Eat Your Words

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