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Participate in the Adams Street Shul cookbook, a celebration of the culinary cultures of our community.

Adams Street is home shul to so many good cooks, from both hemispheres and several continents.  Our collective memory spans many decades of history and many thousands of square miles of civilization.  Let's celebrate our diverse gathering of individuals by showcasing all the delightful things we can do to food.  Let's put together the first Adams Street cookbook.

Please let your fellow members know who you are, where you came from, and what spells “delicious” to you!  Contribute a favorite recipe, or several.

What recipes should you send in?  The soup you remember your great-aunt by;  the cholent or pilaf or salad dressing you're particularly proud of;  the cookie without which your children would not consider Rosh Hashanah properly sanctified;  the meatballs your Italian grandfather used to make for the family, in which soy milk could be substituted. 

(The editor is very good at kosher modifications to recipes, by the way. If you don't know how a recipe could be tailored to the dietary laws, just ask for a consultation).

If there's a story with your recipe, please feel free to add it.

To submit: send an e-mail to .  Either type in your chosen recipe or recipes, or attach a scan or even a readable phone-camera shot.

If a favorite, iconic recipe you want to include comes from a published cookbook or website, please supply that information.  With proper attribution the recipe can still be included.

The submission period will run from this date until February 1, 2017.