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In honor of Passover, we’d like to give a blogger shout out today to Shulie Madnick over at Food Wanderings.
Besides have fabulous recipes, amazing photography and beautiful writing, Shulie offers a bit of a spin on Jewish food. Her family’s roots are Indian-Jewish. She grew up in Israel and moved to the United States. She has recipes such as Fig Chutney, Indian Shakshuka- Poached Eggs in Curry Sauce or Eggplant Fritters in Chickpea Flour Batter.
The United States was founded on Judeo-Christian beliefs and so many of the Jewish and Christian holidays fall within short distance of each other. It seems only fitting to share some of each others traditions and foods. When you read Shulie on a regular basis, you will recognize how often so many of our cultures overlap. In Shulie’s post from Saturday -Red Hazderet – a Horseradish with Beets Relish, a Passover staple, she discovered from a blogger friend who is from Polish descent that it is a common condiment amongst the Christians in Eastern European countries as well. Who knew?
A recipe developer and cooking teacher, Shulie has an uncanny way of making you feel as though she is giving you treasured family recipes that are carefully passed down. In a sense, that is probably true in how she combines her spices and ingredients. Pure and simple, Food Wanderings is a blog you will want to have on your list to read all the time.
Wishing everyone who is celebrating Passover, Chag Sameach!