There is no flour sifter in Miriam's kitchen. There is no food processor, apple corer, mixing bowl, measuring spoon, basting brush, egg beater, wine coaster, or tomato knife. Miriam, in general, does not acquire kitchen equipment.
Author: Elizabeth Ehrlich
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Like many Jewish Americans, Elizabeth Ehrlich was ambivalent about her background. She identified with Jewish cultural attitudes, but not with the institutions; she had fond memories of her Jewish grandmothers, but she found their religious practices irrelevant to her life. It wasn't until she entered the kitchen--and world--of her mother-in-law, Miriam, a Holocaust survivor, that Ehrlich began to understand the importance of preserving the traditions of the past. As Ehrlich looks on, Miriam methodically and lovingly prepares countless kosher meals while relating the often painful stories of her life in Poland and her immigration to America. These stories trigger a kind of religious awakening in Ehrlich, who--as she moves tentatively toward reclaiming the heritage she rejected as a young woman--gains a new appreciation of life's possibilities, choices, and limitations.
Author: Phyllis Mentzell RyderPublish On: 2012-07-10
I'll explain how Miriam's Kitchen's approach offers an alternative theory of public formation. Social Networking at Miriam's Kitchen Miriam's Kitchen made a big push to expand its online presence in March 2009, when First Lady Michelle ...
Author: Phyllis Mentzell Ryder
Publisher: Lexington Books
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Offering both theoretical analysis and classroom advice, Rhetorics for Community Action: Public Writing and Writing Publics, by Phyllis Mentzell Ryder, is a guide to studying and teaching public writing. The book shows how public groups embed competing democratic ideals into the rhetorical structures of their texts, how they work with and against traditional media to spread those ideals, and how teachers can partner with community organizations and support students as they practice public writing in all its complexity.
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Category: Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations
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Category: Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations
When Miriam came back downstairs, Aunt Fannie was still pacing in the kitchen. Miriam peeked in, but her aunt waved her away. “Get some sleep.” Miriam lay down on the couch in the living room and pulled a light quilt over her.
Author: Jerry S. Eicher
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
When Miriam Yoder inherits land and a lot of money, she flees the suitor she suspects wants only her riches and moves with her sister to Oklahoma, where she meets greenhouse employee Wayne Yutzy, whose love seems more sincere.
Food and the Female Body in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Women's Writing Tamar Heller, Patricia Moran ... Ehrlich's images for Miriam reflect this equation, for she consistently likens Miriam's cooking to a natural, organic process ...
Author: Tamar Heller
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Social Science
Examines the rich and multiple meanings of food in women's writing.
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And the fact that my mother had been dirt poor all her life probably helped save Miriam and me when she came to visit us one day in a place where the two of us ... We hurried there and found Miriam outside the kitchen in the refectory.
Time stood still for Miriam too, after she gently broke the news to Leah, who cried and wailed loudly in the kitchen. 'Hush! Now child!' hissed Miriam sternly shocking Leah back to the dangerous situation they were faced with.
Author: Helen Cass
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Buried in the sands of time, when history was written in blood, three men - who either by birth, circumstances or murder - sat upon the throne of Israel in 884 B.C. As a kingdom drowned in poverty and despair, one man rose up and rescued the nation from its downward spiral of negligent, psychopathic rule. The forgotten kings of ancient Israel are slowly uncovered as the journey from the ashes of Tirzah to the splendor of Samaria begins.
Miriam hurried to the kitchen door. "Miriam, if it's all right by you, I'd like to speak to you whenever you're ready." Miriam hesitated, her back to him, her fingers on the latch. ... Solomon looked up at Miriam in the kitchen window.
Author: Akosua Busia
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
His father's death changes the life of writer Solomon Wilberforce, a best-selling novelist whose search for love and heritage sends him across Africa, America, and the Caribbean and into the arms of three different women