Today, some exciting news on the ground: At long last, I have merged my passions for Sephardic food and history into a single, delicious and fascinating ramble through Barcelona.
I’ve wanted to do this for ages! Drawing from my years of independent research and exploration, it’s the first food walk of its kind, and I’m more than a little in love with it. I think you will be, too. Continue reading
Wishing everyone a beautiful and Happy Passover!
Well, the new, organized me just keeps on happening, so scroll on up to the top of this page, spot the new PASSOVER tab, and head on over there for quick links to holiday recipes and reading.
I’ll drag this site out of the Dark Ages yet. In the meantime, here’s a little Blossom to welcome in Spring:
My zucchini cuajado. Not in any book. (Yet).
An achingly long time ago I promised to recommend Sephardic cookbooks that I especially like. My recommendations have been slow in coming (I’m picky), and I know that slogging through old blog posts to find them is a chore, so I’ve finally gotten them together in a single tabbed book page. Yay!
These are fine books, representing different Western Sephardic tastes and traditions. Most of them aren’t very well known, but I think they should be. The list includes reviews (mine) and links, the selection is very personal – and very short, though I expect it will grow. I hope you enjoy this new feature!