Eggplant Spread by the Forward

WATCH: How to prepare Romanian eggplant spread

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Romanian eggplant spread, also called “poor man’s caviar” is a great side dish to go with challah on Shabbos. In this episode of our Yiddish cooking show, featuring a brand new intro, Rukhl Schaechter and Eve Jochnowitz demonstrate how it’s made.

WATCH: How to prepare Romanian eggplant spread

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Rukhl Schaechter

Rukhl Schaechter

Rukhl Schaechter is the editor of the Yiddish Forward (Forverts) and is both the first woman to hold that position since its founding in 1897 and the first editor of the Forverts to be born in the United States.

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