Noshing With the Pfeffermans From ‘Transparent’

The Pfeffermans know how to nosh. Westword writes that Amazon’s hit show has nailed it when it comes to Jewish food.

“Transparent’s focus on food squares with its painfully honest portrayal of a contemporary Jewish family living in Los Angeles — and if you’ve ever been a part of such a family, or eaten with one, you’ll know what I mean,” writes Lara Zarum.

Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward.

Noshing With the Pfeffermans From ‘Transparent’

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