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Oma & Bella : a tasty film screening, April 13th

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Roots & Recipes presents Oma & Bella, a film screening with a twist. Because Oma & Bella centres around food, we will be preparing some recipes from the film (and the accompanying illustrated cookbook)… Continue reading

The Michaels Family Cookbook

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Making a family cookbook is a wonderful way to preserve and share cherished family recipes. They also make great gifts. The plethora of web-based book-printing businesses that now exist – including some that… Continue reading

We peruse the VMC/Musée de la Civilisation ‘Sharing the Meal!’ virtual exhibit

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I didn’t know that we had a Virtual Museum of Canada. With close to 1600 member museums providing content, the VMC showcases a rich collection of Canadian heritage online in a ‘virtual exhibit’ format.… Continue reading

The Wandering Chew: An Iraqi-Jewish Feast (October 5th 2013)

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Our friends at The Wandering Chew have released the menu for their first dinner coming up this Saturday, October 5th at Café Zosha, 5731 Park Ave, Montreal. It looks amazing and space is limited so… Continue reading

Recap: Mile-End Mimouna Hop

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At 5:00 PM on Sunday, April 7th, 2013, there were three slightly hesitant doorbell rings in Montreal’s Plateau/Mile-End areas. Participants of Montreal’s first ‘Mile-End Mimouna Hop’ had been given the secret locations last… Continue reading

Get involved in the Roots & Recipes Mimouna celebrations!

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Do you want to learn about how Moroccan Jews celebrate the end of Passover? Do you happen to love cooking and hosting people? Then come take part in the distinctive (and delicious!) celebration of… Continue reading

Here is Episode 2!

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Episode 2 of ‘Dishing Up the Past’ is ready! Visit this page to see the video, get the recipes, and read more about Ruth Levy, our featured cook. A big thank you to Ruth, Raphaelle… Continue reading

The Spring of Paradise – Ginger Juice

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My friend’s grandmother just passed away recently. Having lived a life filled with joy, she was ready to go, but wanted one last thing before she died: to be surrounded by her grandchildren.… 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

Making Grandma Clara’s Poppy Seed Cake with Grandma Hazel and Family

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Dan, Cheryl and Grandma Hazel having their first bite of cake When Dan’s great grandmother Clara turned 94, his grandma Hazel and mother Cheryl  along with other family members came to celebrate with… Continue reading