atch Rukhl and Eve prepare this eastern European delicacy; so refreshing on a warm summer’s day and packed with Vitamin C to boot!
Only a small number of writers possess, like Sholem Aleichem, the necessary breadth to create both hilarious and bitterly tragic moments.
Lanzmann fashioned, as only a true Existentialist could, a series of negative images that together create a positive concept of Jewish survival.
The gefilte fish you’ve been eating is nothing but a glorified fish patty. Watch how Jews really made it - by stuffing the carp.
This was not just a play where the characters spoke Yiddish to each other; it was steeped in Yiddishkeit, the traditional Jewish way of life.
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