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Hi we're talking -- Kosher and an Italian cooking of mourning and summer recipes.
First explain to -- stock Kosher Italian cooking.
Jews -- being -- for 2200 years it's about the destruction.
Of the second temple and at that makes.
Makes them the community that has lived the longest.
Without interruptions in -- country.
So it isn't an inability for a very long time and we've had time to do that.
A lot of -- recipe is with local foods.
This was also influenced by the fact that later on -- Jews migrated to Italy.
From other countries these -- fusion.
-- -- -- In fact Jewish -- and -- is one aspect and actually two beautiful books out that people should read one by.
At this heavy enough clean and one by Jewish schools thank.
Who reserves in particular Italian Jewish food but there's also.
-- it does include can also be.
-- recipe is that are not specifically of Jewish origins is that act adopted.
To the -- Fashion roots are are that the website is thinner and -- dot com what are we looking at there self about the stress.
Well -- -- -- McCormick is getting hungry.
Hundred might have a -- That New York City that loves Jewish soul food I'm waiting for a reference to like -- -- on.
It's very different body we've got to -- shows love vegetables as much as American Jews like -- -- the fish and neat and actually did it Italian Jews especially in -- and many other areas for many years -- -- -- and that meant.
Not having a lot about this too.
Needs but that was -- picked -- we're not bad at ease and artichokes.
Plays an -- and -- jokes but one of the idea that I.
Like to focus on is able.
Is -- the idea that the weekend and recycle.
I left over.
Sides of vegetables and other food into new dishes it is actually as something I'm interested in because in me -- -- in.
Sustainability of -- ensure that -- that's like another sight of them.
Which is something a lot of people actually focus on today to the point that I don't think you heard of his but He.
World expo in 2015.
Which is going to be -- new line and everything goes back to Italy.
Well it's stopping its gonna be sustainability.
And food a food and food especially with something that.
Ask who I am very -- OK so now as they visit as a New Yorker who loves doing so of that love I love -- love -- I'm coming I'm coming.
Learn as much -- the -- okay and yelled at the -- area.
So -- wondering is -- would be some of the similarities between the food that say a New Yorker.
Okay would be familiar -- going up in northeastern you know an American president -- is that.
Encounters with -- Jewish food around passover time -- the what would some movies some similarities or differences for example between.
Some of those Italian recipes and stuff that will mean I think there are more differences then -- tonight -- in terms of the ingredients because obviously the ingredients in Italy I mean it was much more plentiful.
In terms of vegetables and and fruits and fresh food -- -- that you you know within countries like Poland the -- that we have most in May confuse.
Coming up you can kind of tell us what we're looking at and what folks can do to make that there was so.
This is actually aimed it theory holds -- Jewish and Asian recipe it's going to be going south it's now in London initially arrested because everybody that if you sit.
It's going to be legally in that type that -- needs everything.
Spaghetti that we make this special tool but this comes out wonderful also live regular store -- We'll meet spaghetti and we melt into movies and on using an olive -- By cooking them together nine -- finish us off and serve it usually without she's.
Very good all right the next one is.
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And me where the fish for -- is one I I actually ends up yet because it's easy to -- in frozen and all of my friends you know million.
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And it was important scenes -- of fish word sustainability -- and into the the fish itself rolled out yet get affiliate officials don't think it's very easy that's awesome nice thing is that should say -- -- The live -- did that -- -- Water where you can use milk.
And then chopped and so isn't papers reported tells of this is that how do you cook the to -- -- all rolled up like I would try to -- Colombia and all as a part.
-- -- And it's good -- -- and yourself if it is not that bright enough now but it's sitting on its very easy stuff that -- -- stopping and then you roll it out and you.
I mean listen you separately that it toothpick and then you can -- -- you can.
The -- didn't go together that with some oil and like flying in order -- -- diet you can use this -- within minutes.
My deepest -- I like I'm happy and I would -- -- Well this land -- also roll up but it's made with grill them thanks and stuff live -- to them.
-- Gonzalez and and show -- I like the idea that went because it's one of those vegetables which for many centuries in Italy.
Gentiles avoided because they thought they -- poison us.
Yes and episode premieres -- -- like full access to them ended and He really make that everybody -- -- -- joke about the gentiles.
Like -- I -- really couldn't afford to -- could put.
Atlantic City -- the country by storm enemy and it was almost like using -- -- about emotion instead -- his right because they -- is quite as they've done you can almost use it like there.
The truth man more -- like -- You have been politics.
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