Hub’s first Jewish food conference: gardening to kashering on menu
What’s it like to be a Jewish farmer? How do ethics apply to eating? How does a chicken become kosher? And how did pastries help Jewish refugees from Europe make a new life in Cambridge?
The answers to those questions and many more can be found at the first Boston Jewish Food Conference, which will be held April 22 at Hebrew College in Newton.
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