Hello! We are popping in to announce a few upcoming book events that we are excited about.

Art Exhibition, Boston, MA – We both studied art at Massachusetts College of Art + Design and we’re thrilled that our cookbook is included in Nourish, the 5th Biennial juried alumni exhibition which this year has food as its theme. October 30th – November 27th. Doran Gallery, 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA.

Book Talk, Gloucester, MA – on Sunday, November 24th at 1:00pm we are doing a book talk + book signing (with recipe samples) at Temple Ahavat Achim, 86 Middle St, Gloucester MA. RSVP here, (walk ins are also welcome). FREE.

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Book Talk, Boston, MAMonday, November 24th at Massachusetts College of Art + Design. Details TBD, will be announced soon!

Also, we are attending a talk at the Jewish Center for Jewish History in NYC on Monday, November 4th with Phil Rosenthal of Somebody Feed Phil (who happens to be German Jewish) and Marjorie Ingall of Tablet. If you’re interested in attending, tickets are here and use promo code PHILR for a discount.

Finally, we are finalizing details of an art exhibit we are having Berlin, Germany in Spring, 2020. Updates with details will be posted soon!! 

  1. Nan Berkman said:

    I have food memories that I can’t find on line.
    My grandmother used to make a cheese she called cooked casse. I loved it!
    Can you send a recipe.
    She also made something call hazlet, it was sweet and sour and had raisins. Can you let me know if you have any idea

    • Gaby said:

      Sorry are not familiar with either recipe. Perhaps someone else will read this and be helpful.

  2. Regina said:

    We from Bamberg wish sucsessfull book presentation and hope we meet in spring 2020 (let us know the exact date as soon as you know)

    • Gaby said:

      Vielen Dank, Regina. We will post details on the Events page of this website about our Berlin event schedule. Also if you would like us to add you to our mailing list, please just let us know.

    • sonya said:

      Thank you! We have looked at historic books at the CJH library (which houses the Leo Baeck library), it’s a wonderful colletcion.

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