August 6, 2010 by maggie
photo by Maggie Schmitt
Yesterday we went to Deir el Balah to talk to Um Ibrahim, who spoke lovingly of the pumpkins back in her village. At 86 she is an encyclopedia of Palestinian food history.
Posted in Food History, Protagonists | 2 Comments
Can I just say that I hope, someday, to be as beautiful as Um Ibrahim is today?
What a lovely, loving picture.
Your Gaza cooking trip and project is fascinating. I’m looking forward to reading your posts as they come out.
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