Review: MIRIAM’S KITCHEN by Elizabeth Ehrlich

Lorri from Jew Wishes reviewed Miriam’s Kitchen: A Memoir by Elizabeth Ehrlich, which counts toward the WWII reading challenge.  Here’s an excerpt:

From Holocaust survivor to kosher kitchen, Miriam’s stories are a plethora of familial history, including a wealth of memories, both poignant and filled with bits of humor. Yiddish is the word of the day, as Miriam recounts her life, one that is filled with hardships and loss. The recipes she prepares are almost a dedication to those family members who lost their lives during the Holocaust. The stories leave us to reflect on who we are, reflect on the past and how it relates to our present, and what we will send forth as memories and legacies in the future.

Read the rest of the review here.

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