Tagged: “food”

Eat, Darling, Eat: Stories of Moms & Meals

Eat, Darling, Eat: Stories of Moms & Meals

Nearly everyone’s got a story about moms and food. There are the glowing memories, about how your mother made the world’s best latkes or the town favorite chili. But there’s another side to that coin, too – maybe your mom was the worst cook in the world but set the best take-out table this side […]

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Chop Suey’s Unbirthday

Chop Suey’s Unbirthday

This post originally appeared on August 29, 2018 and has been modified slightly for reposting. We like to use this blog as a place to mark moments in time that are important to our collective past and present. But it can also be important to take stock of what is not, along with what is. […]

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The hamentashen worth getting on a plane for

The hamentashen worth getting on a plane for

This blog was originally posted in March 2017 by Museum intern Rachel Hoffman. With Purim coming up again, we thought we’d repost this short and sweet family story from our former Visitor Services Associate Sharon Stein. Enjoy! Sharon Lotman Stein is the first person you meet when you enter the Museum at Eldridge Street. She […]

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Griff Family Recipes for a Sweet New Year

Griff Family Recipes for a Sweet New Year

This post was adapted from a piece originally published in 2011. The Museum’s former Program Director, Hanna Griff-Sleven, not only cooked up great programs (including our signature Egg Rolls, Egg Creams, and Empanadas Festival!) but is a wonderful chef, too. In this post from 2011, she shares some delicious dessert recipes that will make your […]

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Chop Suey’s Un-birthday

Chop Suey’s Un-birthday

We like to use this blog as a place to mark moments in time that are important to our collective past and present. But it can also be important to take stock of what is not, along with what is. What moments are missing from our collective memory? Or, what histories are impossible to pin […]

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