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Dreaming of all things Jewish…to eat, that is!

I cannot say that Jewish food is near the top of my “favorite foods” list. It is down quite a way, in fact. But like so many of us, put something out of reach, and I want it!  And good Jewish eats unreachable much of the year in Savannah. A really good corned beef sandwich is hard to come by; a good patrami even more out of reach. And tongue?  You’ll only get it once a year, in one place, and that is at the Shalom Y’All food festival in Forsyth Park, this Sunday, Oct. 28.  Really good chopped liver is another rarity, and it is here aplenty!  What is missing, though, even here, is the schmaltz to go with it!  Surely, someone among the many cooks for this festival must have a grandmother who knows how to make schmaltz, which used to be served atop or alongside chopped liver, always!  That lovely, creamy, gooey blob of yellow makes chopped liver into something special, not just some chicken livers ground up.  I wish I knew how to make it, but I don’t. All I know is that it is rendered chicken fat, which adds moisture to a basically rather dry dish and turns it into heaven.  But you can achieve something similar by adding some softened butter, which I do.  Not exactly Kosher, but it sure is good!  Anyway, go and enjoy!   Ess gesunt!

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cSpot Tomorrow Night

Network with Savannah creatives at Churchill’s Pub from 5:30-7:30pm.  Oh course there will be some drink specials and tasty bites too!

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Shalom Y’all Jewish Festival – October 30th

This is the 23rd annual Shalom Y’all Jewish Festival and it will take place from 11am-4pm in Forsyth Park.  Stop by and enjoy authentic Jewish cuisine like bagels and cream cheese with lox, potato latkes, fresh blintzes, apple strudel, hummus and pita, and so much more!  The festival will also have plenty of music and dancing and puppet shows for the kids.  Admission is free, but you must buy tickets for purchasing food.  Two ticket stands will be there on the day of the event, or purchase yours online early by visiting:  http://www.mickveisrael.org

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Kosher Restaurant Opens today!

Starting  today, Oct. 11, Matt Cohen, chef/owner of the late and oh-so-missed New South Cafe, has joined forces with noted caterer Murray Gottlieb to open, a virtual Kosher restaurant, Gottlieb and Cohen New South Kosher.  Menu,  hours and prices can be found at www.gottliebandcohen.com.  Food can either be picked up or delivered. Welcome to Matt and Murray!

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