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Leah Koenig’s “Little Book of Jewish Feasts” may be tiny, but the 25-recipe volume manages to feel deliciously expansive. Here, Koenig, whose previous cookbooks include “Modern Jewish Cooking” and “The Little Book of Jewish Appetizers,” reaches into the lesser-known pockets of the Jewish culinary landscape to unearth surprising recipes for the holiday table.
This article originally appeared in the Yiddish Forverts.
Animal Crackers Are Freed From Cages — But Don’t Forget The Jewish Immigrant Artist Behind The Original Art
After 116 years, Nabisco is letting its animals roam free…on its animal cracker boxes. After facing pressure from the permanently disgruntled PETA, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Mondelez International, Nabisco’s parent company, relented and decided to redesign the box. In the process, they dismissed the Jewish-American immigrant packaging art of one Sydney S. Stern, who designed the box in 1923.