Sylvia Haddad Pryzant of Damascus, Pa., grew up in Tunis, the capital of Tunisia, and always looked forward to Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year. “My mother prepared so many dishes for the holiday,” she says.
Having lived in Tunis for over a year, I considered myself well-versed in the country’s diverse culinary landscape. I have conquered the delicate brik, the hearty lablebi, the spicy ojja, and the beloved kafteji.
Cohen’s life story has been an ongoing dialogue between food and religion. The most recent expression of his quest and passion has been showcasing Tunisian cuisine along with a range of kosher cooking at Got Kosher?
Kosher caterer and restaurateur Alain Cohen brings family tradition to his menus, especially at his own Passover seder