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VPR Cafe: Cookbook Author Explores Changes To Traditional Recipes

Copies of Joan Nathan's new cookbook on display during one of her recent stops in Burlington.
Oliver Parini
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Seven Days
Copies of Joan Nathan's new cookbook on display during one of her recent stops in Burlington.

When we think of the foods from a particular culture, we usually don't pay much attention to how it's influenced and has changed as it carries to other places. But a noted cookbook author has done just that in tracking how Jewish dishes have been altered around the globe.

Joan Nathan recently visited Burlington to celebrate the release of her new cookbook, "King Solomon's Table." Freelance journalist and Seven Days contributor, Melissa Pasanen, caught up with Nathan and gives us a little background on her, explains the connections she has to Vermont and a bit about the book.

After listening to our podcast, be sure to check out Pasanen's Seven Days article, "Jewish Food Expert Joan Nathan Talks Recipes And Memories."

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