THE YIDDISH FAMILY COOKBOOK
THE GREAT IMMIGRATION
A SOCIAL HISTORY THROUGH THE KITCHEN DOOR TUESDAY 24 DECEMBER 2013 at 10.30 A.M.
BEIT FISHER, 5 KLAUSNER STREET, RA’ANANA
This is a translation of a 100-year old unconventional cookbook by an immigrant nutritionist with very valid ideas for today’s eating. While many of the dishes have been tried, tested and happily devoured, this book is essentially a documentation of a slice of history.Bracha Weingrod is an educator and lover of Yiddish and good traditional food. She taught Yiddish in Winnipeg, Canada, and after her Aliyah in 1974, taught at Yellin Teachers’ College in Jerusalem. She founded and ran the Israel Dyslexia Association, the Kohl Teachers’ Center in Jerusalem and has written and lectured extensively on Hebrew/English learning disabilities.
Books (in large print) will be on sale for NIS60. Of this NIS50 is being donated to the Lemonade – Emergency Breast Cancer – Fund.
Please register in advance: ESRA Office 09-748 2957
NIS60; ESRA members NIS50