|Translated title||Kosher & Co. On Eating and Religion|
Michal S. Friedlander, Cilly Kugelmann.
Michal S. Friedlander, Bodo-Michael Baumunk, Miriam Goldmann.
Berlin, Germany, 2009. 304 pp., illustrations: 154 col., 11 b&w, 28 × 21.7 cm. German.
Jüdisches Museum Berlin (9 October 2009–28 February 2010)
Kashrut and other food-related beliefs and practices in Judaism. Some 40 texts (and 20 recipes) by various authors, presented under the headings: Law, Bread and Wine, Meat, the Meal, Consumption and Abstinence, Identity, and Paradise. Additional essays examine the relationship between food and religion in Islam, Christianity and Hinduism, and address the larger questions of eating taboos, sacrifice, table manners, purity, and cultural identity. Exhibits listed separately. 584 items.
Exhibition checklist. 29 pp., 26.9 × 18 cm; Exhibition announcement in the form of a serviette, 20 × 10.3 cm.