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Author and foodie Suzanne Parker, who splits her time between Queens and Woodstock, New York, is offering Cooking Classes with a View at her upstate home.
As Jews, we have perfected the art of smoking, salting and curing meat and fish. To enhance your personal knowledge, you can attend Smoke & Salt: Cure-ated Tastes and Candid Conversation, tonight at 7 pm at Shelsky’s of Brooklyn, part of the Workmen’s Circle Taste of Jewish Culture series.
We’ll leave it to you to judge whether this is good use of taxpayer shekels. But the Israeli embassy in Bogota reportedly flew down New York’s Shuka Truck — yes, the whole truck — to serve shakshuka on Yom Haaztmaut. The truck normally roams Big Apple streets.
Anti-Semitism may be running rampant in Budapest, but so is a Jewish-food craze.