This morning The Washington Times published Martin Rubin’s highly complimentary review of From the Jewish Heartland: Two Centuries of Midwest Foodways.
“Sometimes a book jacket has the perfect illustration and this is one of them. . . . After delighting in the myriad tastes and traditions of Midwestern Jewry summoned up by this evocative book, readers will be much less likely reflexively to think New York when they encounter the delights of the delicatessen or savor a traditional Sabbath or other Jewish holiday dinner.”