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OK, I thought this might appeal to those both interested in spirituality and history... I found it very cool.

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/16/dining/16rosh.html
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Although most immigrants at that time settled in large cities, some settled directly in smaller towns like Portsmouth. By 1919, 152 Russian Jews made up about a quarter of the immigrant population of Puddle Dock and 18 of them were Shapiro relatives, according to the museum....
It includes recipes too for crispy kale, chicken stuffed with kasha, and poppy seed cake too.