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Why Coca-Cola Brisket Is as Southern as Gumbo

Leave it to Americans to marinate an Old-World staple in soda

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In the mid-20th century, Jewish American cuisine fell in love with convenience.

American food companies were churning out canned, boxed, and otherwise processed ingredients that simplified the drudgery of culinary preparation. American Judaism, meanwhile, was…

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Leah Koenig

Leah Koenig

writer, cookbook author, lapsed twitter skeptic.

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