Nazima's Memoirs and Cuisine

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FriesenPress, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 224 pages
Rivka Goldman and her family were part of the massive exodus of Jews from Iraq to Israel in 1951. She grew up in Jerusalem.This book takes you on a journey of Jewish Iraqi tradition, culture, including women's roles and responsibilities as well as massive cultural and communal transformations, which the Jews of Iraq experienced on their emigration to Israel. As you begin to use this book, you will find that the recipes are easy to make. Between the recipes are stories of the author family's heritage traced back to 1800. Traditional methods of cooking changed. Modern technology replaced a small cooking pilot with electrical stove, gas etc. In the center of this picture is the pilot stove as a memento of the beginning of the Iraqi Jewish life in Israel.
 

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Contents

Gender Roles
1
Iewish Iraqi Music
3
Soups Cw
13
Abdelnabi Shuahs Iourney From Istanbul
28
Salads 41 M950
30
Shuah Abdelnabi
53
Pickles T3173?
54
Menashe Shuah And Sita Chathra
66
Dumplings 45
107
Menashe Shuah And Farida Tera The Singer
117
ll9 Vegetables jUi M77 130 Yossefs Adventures
130
Various Vegetable Meals
134
My Work With The Bedouins Of The Sinai Peninsula
156
Rice QA3 mm
163
Marcelles Story
174
111 T171310 nup 203 Index Of Recipes
203

Bread man?
68
Menashe Shuah And Sheik Mitaab
93
Eggs QQJB3
94
Menashe Shuah And Neighboring Sheik
105
Index Of Stories
208
References
209
About The Author
211
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About the author (2011)

Rivka Goldman was born in Basra, Iraq, into a wonderful tradition and a delicious cuisine. As a child, she left Iraq as part of the forced repatriation of Jews and later learned the art of cooking from her mother, a healer who incorporated her gift into traditional recipes. Married to an American, Goldman raised three children in the United States and currently resides in Los Alamos, New Mexico.

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