Jane Ziegelman

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Jane Ziegelman is director of the culinary program at New York City's Tenement Museum and author of 97 Orchard; An edible history of five immigrant families and Foie Gras: A Passion.

Her book 97 Orchard is about Jewish, Irish, German, Russian and Italian people living together in a tenement building on Orchard Street (Manhattan) in Manhattan's Lower East Side between 1863 and 1936. The book was published by Harper Collins.[1][2][3][4] The Tenement Museum of the Lower East Side is located at 97 Orchard.

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  1. ^ DWIGHT GARNER In a Tenement’s Meager Kitchens, a Historian Looks for Insight July 27, 2010 Books of The Times New York Times
  2. ^ Immigrant Identities, Preserved in Vinegar? August 3, 2011 Op Ed New York Times
  3. ^ 97 Orchard
  4. ^ Jane Ziegelman NPR

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