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What is your ultimate Jewish meal? Imagine you are on a deserted island: what Jewish foods — Ashkenazi or Sephardi, home cooked, or from a restaurant, nostalgic or nouveau — would you want to nosh on? We asked some of our favorite food luminaries what their last Jewish meal would be and were delighted by their reverential, mouth-watering and often hilarious responses. Some of their must-have lists read like novels, others like poetry — but all spoke of the deep, undeniable pleasures of Jewish comfort food.
As a food editor I enjoy a good story as much as anyone. But, what I love most is getting to eavesdrop on a conversation between people who really know what they’re talking about when it comes to food.
Passover is almost here and it’s never too early to start your menu planning. The Forward’s Devra Ferst and Heritage Radio Network’s Leah Eden teamed up for this special Passover Food Podcast. Devra sat down with Jeffrey Yoskowitz, Co-owner and Chief Pickler of Gefilteria, to discuss what makes gefilte gefilte. And, Leah chated with Mitchell Davis, Vice President of the James Beard Foundation and host of Taste Matters, about what the Passover Seder looks like at the James Beard House.
The truth about brisket is that your bubbe’s is probably the best. It’s probably better than my bubbe’s, and better than your neighbor’s bubbe’s, and while no two brisket recipes are the same, we’re all right when we say our briskets are the best. Past that, there aren’t a whole lot of definitives — even the terminology can get a little shady — which is exactly why putting five brisket aficionados on stage to talk about the comfort meat was more than fascinating.