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Eating Delancey: A Celebration of Jewish Food

by Aaron Rezny

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Handsomely designed with a number of good stories. I'm a sucker for oral histories, and especially liked the most of the longer reminiscences included here. Unfortunately some of the selections are too short to say very much unique, and the editing's a little slipshod in places; I would've liked more attention given to that, and less to the photography (which admittedly does look rather attractive). Also, the title's misleading, since this is a celebration of mostly Ashkenazi/Eastern European food from the Lower East Side of New York. Still worth a read, though, especially if -- as I did -- you can get this with a gift certificate or borrow a copy from the library. ( )
  bostonian71 | Sep 22, 2015 |
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