Chow x Judaism

Chow x Judaism

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This holiday season, we wonder: Did Jews discover Chinese food on Christmas, or did Chinese restaurants discover Jewish customers? Join MOFAD and […]

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Cooking as Inheritance: Beyond Soul Food in the African Diaspora with Carla Hall and Pierre Thiam

Cooking as Inheritance: Beyond Soul Food in the African Diaspora with Carla Hall and Pierre Thiam

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How does food connect us with our ancestral past? What if that line was severed by forced migration and systemic oppression? And […]

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Taste Makers: A Conversation with Paul Freedman and Mayukh Sen

Taste Makers: A Conversation with Paul Freedman and Mayukh Sen

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Between Michelin stars, the World’s Best and America’s Hottest lists, and the more populist restaurant-rating apps, there is no shortage of ranking […]

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Polish Table: Mine, Yours, Ours (Day Two)

Polish Table: Mine, Yours, Ours (Day Two)

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What are the traditions, products, and culinary customs of authentic Polish cuisine? What part of this heritage is preserved in the collective […]

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Polish Table: Mine, Yours, Ours (Day One)

Polish Table: Mine, Yours, Ours (Day One)

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What are the traditions, products, and culinary customs of authentic Polish cuisine? What part of this heritage is preserved in the collective […]

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Having A Ball: How the Meatball Became a Global Citizen

Having A Ball: How the Meatball Became a Global Citizen

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When many Americans think about meatballs, they envision the Italian American dish served with marinara sauce over spaghetti. Yet there are few […]

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24 Seasons of Rice: Delivering the Japanese Countryside to the World

24 Seasons of Rice: Delivering the Japanese Countryside to the World

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There are over 300 varietals of rice grown across Japan. From snow-laced Hokkaido to tropically lush Okinawa, there are rice farms in […]

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Starting From Scratch: Back to the Basics with Kate McDermott and Emily Weinstein

Starting From Scratch: Back to the Basics with Kate McDermott and Emily Weinstein

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What’s more American than apple pie? Borne out of the civic unrest of the 1960s and 70s, the back-to-the-land movement took counterculture […]

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The 20 best cheap things to do this weekend, getting spoopy edition
MOFAD @ Night: Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival (21+)

MOFAD @ Night: Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival (21+)

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Join MOFAD, Ming River, and Junzi Kitchen to taste, experience, and celebrate the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival! Held each year on the full […]

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