"Bólesz, Koerner explains, dates back to Sephardic Jews who fled to Holland following the Spanish Inquisition. 'It represents one of the very few instances of Sephardic influence in the overwhelmingly Ashkenazi character of Hungarian Jewish cuisine,' Koerner said. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Koerner returned from New York City, where he currently lives, to his hometown of Budapest two or three times a year to visit his brother and sister and to do research for his books. The English translation Early Jewish Cookbooks: Essays on the History of Hungarian Jewish Gastronomy hits shelves this summer."
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András Koerner
$75.00 / €63.00 / £54.00