Eve Jochnowitz, a Yiddish instructor at the Congress for Jewish Culture, is cooking and foodways teacher at Living Traditions Klezkamp and Instructor in Jewish Culinary History at The New School University. She worked for several years as a cook and baker in New York and is currently completing her dissertation, a culinary ethnography of Russian Jewish immigrants in New York City, in the Department of Performance Studies, New York University . She is the author of, “Holy Rolling: Making Sense of Baking Matzo,”in Jews of Brooklyn; “Send a Salami to Your Boy in the Army,” in Remembering the Lower East Side; and “Flavors of Memory: Jewish Food as Culinary Tourism in Poland,”in Culinary Tourism. Eve is the Chocolate Lady.
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