Bagels, Knishes and You–The Origins of Jewish Food

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Date(s) - Sunday, November 24, 2013
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Oakland Mills High School

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BAGELS, KINISHES and YOU: The Origins of Jewish Food, with Michael Bloom.  Sunday, November 24, 2013, 11:00am. What makes a kosher pickle kosher? Does it chew its cud? Why do Jews and delis go together like, well, schmaltz and cholesterol? And what’s the Jewish tie to bagels? Our speaker enlightened us in the spring with a talk on Jews and the Civil War. Ever versatile, this Fall he’ll be back to talk about Jewish food and how it came to be seen as “Jewish.”  Michael is currently a chaplain with the Jewish War veterans and a docent at the 6th and I Historic Synagogue in Washington. He’s a graduate of Yeshiva University, Harvard and the Boston University Law School and served as director of planning and management analysis at the U.S. Treasury Department. This class is open to the community. Oakland Mills High School, 9410 Kilimanjaro Road, Columbia. . For more information call 410-730-6044 or visit CJC online, http://www.columbiajewish.org.