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Episode 6: Nechama’s Chulent

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Our first episode of Dishing Up the Past in a year! In this video, my mother, Nechama Rotstein (nee Godinger), who was born in Israel, teaches Netta (one of my three older sisters)… Continue reading

Ima’s Falafel (Part 2): The Recipe

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If you haven’t already, read Part 1 here. Like every other Israeli kid, my mother would ruin her appetite for dinner by spending whatever shekels she could collect on a sandwich at “Melech… Continue reading

Ima’s Falafel (Part 1)

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As a child, I loved watching my mother prepare the comfort food she grew up eating daily. In our family we ate falafel on Chanukah because it was the epitome of the “oily”… Continue reading

The Crew Gets a Taste of Shabbos

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Nechama means “to comfort”, and the name is very fitting for a mother who loves to take care of her four daughters and show them love through food. The youngest is Dishing Up… Continue reading