Posted on February 27, 2019 at 7:45 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
For many of us, food is about so much more than simply the calories needed to keep living.
That’s especially true for Boris Fishman, who immigrated to the United States from Soviet-era Belarus in 1988, along with his grandparents, who survived World War II under the Nazis.
Fishman has written a memoir-cookbook called Savage Feast that incorporates stories along with the recipes he provides.
You can listen to his conversation with Morning Edition’s David Greene about the book below or read a transcript — along with a recipe he swears is delicious — on NPR’s website.
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