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Over the Mountain Journal visits a busy kosher kitchen

“The delicious aroma of tomatoes, onion, garlic and Mediterranean spices wafts in the air just outside the kosher kitchen at the Levite Jewish Community Center on a recent weekday morning,” writes Anne Ruisi in Over the Mountain Journal. “Inside, it’s a busy scene as half a dozen volunteers chop small mountains of raw onions and garlic cloves for the beef brisket.”

Anne visited The J recently to see part of our volunteer army — which is crucial to the success of our upcoming Jewish Food and Culture Fest on April 30 — prepare Sherron Goldstein’s famous brisket recipe.

Read the full story in Over the Mountain Journal