Food, family and the Jewish South Carolina table; 2 women, 1 from Summerton, pen 'Kugels & Collards' cookbook, holding talk and signing at Sumter County Museum

Posted 9/16/23

Anita Moise, whose family fled the Spanish Inquisition on the Nina and to Morocco, still cooks her Grandmother Nita's white chicken stew.

For Max Dickman, whose mother emigrated to Newark from Russia, and who was a plane inspector at Shaw Army …

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