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The Jews Who Came In From the Cold

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Contributing editor Joan Nathan’s explorations into Jewish cuisines take her into the realm of history today in Tablet Magazine, as she traces Jewish habitation of the vast eastern Russian land of Siberia as far back as the 17th century. But don’t worry: Food comes up eventually, and it turns out Siberian Jews may have the perfect Passover breakfast dish for you.

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