Remembering inspirational meals with YU history professor and scholar Moshe Carmilly and his wife.
My favorite date a few years ago was 200 years old — he was 97, she was 93.
A few times a year, usually on a Tuesday evening, my late day at the office, I would spend a few hours over a kosher meal with Rhoda and Moshe Carmilly, a couple I had met in the late 1980s.
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