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In Memory's Kitchen: A Legacy from the Women of Terezin
     

In Memory's Kitchen: A Legacy from the Women of Terezin

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by Cara De Silva
 

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ISBN-10: 1568219024

ISBN-13: 9781568219028

Pub. Date: 09/01/1996

Publisher: Aronson, Jason Inc.

A beautiful memorial to the brave women who defied Hitler by preserving a part of their hertiage and a part of themselves in this handwritten collection of recipes, proving that the Nazis could not break the spirit of the Jewish people.

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A beautiful memorial to the brave women who defied Hitler by preserving a part of their hertiage and a part of themselves in this handwritten collection of recipes, proving that the Nazis could not break the spirit of the Jewish people.

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ISBN-13:
9781568219028
Publisher:
Aronson, Jason Inc.
Publication date:
09/01/1996
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
110
Product dimensions:
5.78(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.81(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Acknowledgments Chapter 3 Introduction Chapter 4 MINA'S COOKBOOK Chapter 5 Recipes Chapter 6 Recipe List for the original manuscript Chapter 7 Practical Notes Chapter 8 Poems by Wilhelmina (Mina) Pächter Chapter 9 Letters by Wilhelmina (Mina) Pächter Chapter 10 Wilhelmina Pächter: A Biographical Sketch Chapter 11 Bibliography

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In Memory's Kitchen: A Legacy from the Women of Terezin 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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This book is a unique combination of scholarship, history, and memory. Although it contains recipes, this is not in any traditional way a cookbook. In Memory's Kitchen is the moving story of how during World War II the women of the Terezin concentration camp spent evenings writing down recipes that reminded them of their previous 'real' lives: when they lived with and cooked for families and friends. They substituted memory for food and in doing so kept their humanity alive. The 'recipes' were smuggled out of the camp and years later found their way to the surviving daughter of one of the 'cooks.' Definitely worth reading.