Shulie Madnick


Magic Moments at a Tel Aviv Soda Shop

By Shulie Madnick

Inside Levinsky 41 with Neta Maoz (left), who works in the shop, and owner Benny Briga (right). Photograph by Shulie Madnick. Read More


A Cool, Sweet Break-Fast Soda

By Shulie Madnick

Photograph by Shulie Madnick Read More


Rosh Hashanah, Indian Style

By Shulie Madnick

Rosh Hashanah, Indian Style
FOOD: For Indian Jews, Rosh Hashanah dinner always featured luxurious lamb biryani, made with curry, saffron rice, nuts, raisins, and crispy onions.Read More


Shabbat Meals: Indian Shakshuka

By Shulie Madnick

Shabbat Meals: Indian Shakshuka
My happiest memories of my father are of mid afternoon Fridays, the only time we would find him in the kitchen. A flock of six kids, like turtles making their journey back to the sea, trekking back home tired and famished on mid afternoon Fridays.Read More


Ancient Rice Offering Is the Heart of India's Jewish Community

By Shulie Madnick

Ancient Rice Offering Is the Heart of India's Jewish Community
Most foods of Jewish ritual are well known to the larger Jewish community. The entire seder is focused around a series of symbolic foods that are familiar to almost all Jews. However, the foods of smaller and lesser known Jewish communities around the world are often lost as their numbers dwindle and dishes are prepared less and less.Read More



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