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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-02-28

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ardly the bread of afflic-
tion, as we well know
from fond memories of
childhood and our most enduring
family recipes, matzah makes the
Passover meal. From that first bite
into a Hillel sandwich and from
soup-to-nuts for the rest of the
week, we feast on matzah.
So break out the matzah with
gusto. Think out-of-the-box to
make those delectable recipes for
Passover, which begins as it does
every year, "as it is written:' on the
15th day of the Hebrew month of
Nisan (first Seder, Monday evening,
March 25).
In advance of the holiday, join
the Women's Department of the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit for an evening with June
Hersh, food archivist and author of
Recipes Remembered: A Celebration
of Survival, on Wednesday, March
6, at the Holocaust Memorial
Center, 28123 Orchard Lake Road,
Farmington Hills.
Hersh is a passionate food archi-
vist, activist, blogger and author
who writes cookbooks with a chari-
table flavor. Her first book, Recipes
Remembered, A Celebration of
Survival, was written in association
with the Museum of Jewish Heritage
in New York City, which benefits
from all of her proceeds. Now in
its fourth printing, it features the
remarkable stories and cherished
recipes of Holocaust survivors.
The event is a special thank you
to women who make a contribution
to Federation's Annual Campaign
in their own name at a minimum
of $365 (a dollar a day). There will
be an opportunity to make a 2013
commitment at the event.
A dessert reception featuring
recipes from the book follows the
program. Dietary laws observed.
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