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Anti-Semitism may be running rampant in Budapest, but so is a Jewish-food craze.
You could say matzo’s always been artisanal; it’s a labor-intensive product that usually bears the maker’s stamp.
“Eating Delancey” — what a super name for a book. I’ve had this relatively new volume by Aaron Rezny and Jordan Schaps on my desk for a little while now, and I keep dipping back into it because it’s so rich in delicious tidbits about the Jewish foodways of New York’s Lower East Side.
The talk will include a slideshow of images, including this one, from Aaron Rezny’s book “Eating Delancey.” Image courtesy of 92nd Street Y
For New Yorkers, the Lower East Side has long been the go-to neighborhood for classic Jewish food. In recent years, though, the area has lost some of its kosher cred, with the closing of places like Shalom Chai pizzeria and the soon-to-be-shuttered Streit’s Matzo Factory. Nonetheless, the historically Jewish area continues to draw hungry crowds.