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Chosen Food: Cuisine, Culture and American Jewish Identity

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  • Price:
    $3-$8
  • Venue:
    Jewish Museum of Maryland
    15 Lloyd St. , Baltimore , MD , 21202
  • Phone:
    410-732-6400 (Phone)
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  • Description:

    At the exhibit "Chosen Food: Cuisine, Culture, and American Jewish Identity," museum-goers of all races, colors and creeds can delve into the culinary culture that produced bagels, blintzes and matzah balls. And two weeks after Yom Kippur, observant Jews can explore why breaking their fast tasted so good on so many levels.

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Religion Jewish
Worth Noting The exhibition will explore the diversity of foods that have been described as "Jewish"; the way traditional cooking enters into kosher and non-kosher American homes; what Jews regard as "eating out" (think delis and Chinese food); the importance of the dinner table as a molder of identity; the influence of caterers; and the meaning of ethical eating.
Admission Price $3-$8
Price Range $3-$8

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