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Three Israeli Pals Take Shakshuka To City Streets

02/17/2015

About a year ago, Israeli friends Josh Sharon, Solomon Taraboulsi and Gabriel Israel moved to New York to pursue professional dreams: Sharon and Taraboulsi to prove themselves in real estate, and Gabriel to attend the Culinary Institute of America in upstate Hyde Park.

Josh Sharon, Solomon Taraboulsi and Gabriel Israel with The Shuka Truck in Midtown.  Courtesy of The Shuka Truck

Three Israeli Pals Take Shakshuka To Manhattan’s Streets

02/16/2015

Just over a year ago, Israeli friends Josh Sharon, Solomon Taraboulsi and Gabriel Israel moved to New York to pursue professional dreams: Sharon and Taraboulsi to prove themselves in real estate, and Gabriel to attend the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y.

From left, Josh Sharon, Solomon Taraboulsi and Gabriel Israel with The Shuka Truck in Manhattan. Courtesy of The Shuka Truck

Intermarrieds Cooking Up Trouble

A few years ago, when I wrote an article for The Wall Street Journal about increasing numbers of gentile moms raising Jewish kids, I was amused by the editor’s headline choice: “But Will The Chicken Soup Taste As Good?”

In fact, a sizable number of non-Jewish men and women who have married into the Tribe are taking on the responsibility of cooking the family’s chicken soup, along with other traditional Jewish dishes.

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