As we promised in our article, we start our journey back in time to discover the roots of Jewish cuisine in Europe. This is our first article.
In medieval Europe Jews were congregated in small villages, or in separate quarters of cities. This gave them protection and also the chance to practice religion in everyday situations. In such quarters all kind of services – to use such a modern expression- were available. A shohet (slaughterer) for meat, baths, common ovens to cook,... more