Tag Archive: roots and recipes

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

Plenty More: A Roots & Recipes Podcast

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  Here’s something a little different. We are delighted to be able to post our first ever Roots & Recipes Podcast featuring hosts Rebecca Lessard and Kat Romanow discussing Yotam Ottolenghi’s cookbook Plenty More. Learn more… Continue reading

Photos from our Killer Cheese & Girl Power Chanukah Party

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Thanks to everyone who attended our Killer Cheese & Girl Power Chanukah Party (20/12/2014) in collaboration with The Wandering Chew. The night was beautifully captured by Lauren Kolyn. Check out the photos below!    

Restaurant Day in Montreal: Grandma’s Kitchen Alley

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Restaurant Day // definition: A food carnival when anyone can open a restaurant for a day Restaurant Day is a food carnival created by thousands of people organizing and visiting one-day restaurants worldwide. The idea… 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

Delicatessen with Love

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We love this project by photographer Gabriele Galimberti which “pays homage to all the grandmothers in the world and to their love for good cooking, starting from his own grandma Marisa (see photo… Continue reading

So…what exactly is a Mimouna?

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All this talk about Mimounas… check out this article (Mimouna-Wha’?? Crashing A Moroccan Passover) written for Shtetl magazine by our resident Mimouna expert Katherine Romanow for a quick rundown.

RSVP for our Mimouna event and other news!

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Thanks to Anne Cohen for including us in this great piece in the Jewish Daily Forward about the different efforts to preserve recipes from the older generation. The cover photo is our very… Continue reading