by Susan Schnur

“Kitchen Torah”

When we really begin to fathom that we are part of the Sacred Law of Reciprocity—that that which eats is later eaten—we con then truly reclaim eating, and cooking, as great holy acts of devotion. Certainly Grandmother Molly’s cooking is as religious on experience as anything that transpires on a bimah. This is from Devotion: A Memoir by Miriam Levine (University of Georgia Press, 1993, $29.95):

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