The Maine Event
Ep. 361: Nosh with Tash’s Natasha Feldman’s ‘The Dinner Party Project,’ and a trip Across the Jew.S.A. to Portland, Maine
This week on Unorthodox, Grover goes to Israel, and we go to Portland, Maine!
Our Jewish guest this week is Natasha Feldman, aka Nosh With Tash. She tells us about her new cookbook, The Dinner Party Project, and gives us some foolproof tips on throwing a successful, low-stress dinner party.
We’re also sharing the latest installment of our Across the Jew.S.A. series, created with support of the Jewish Federations of North America. Producers Robert Scaramuccia and Quinn Waller traveled to Portland, Maine, to learn how Jewish immigrants made a home there, and how today’s Jewish community is helping new immigrants feel at home, too.
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