Some Books and Articles about Cochin Jews

Astren, Fred, The Jewish Printed Book in India, Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA (list of collection in the museum's Blumenthal Rare Book and Manuscript Library), 1992

Bar Giora, Source Material, Jerusalem: Hebrew University Press, 1958.

Barmouth, Eliyahu, The Jews of Cochin, In Search of Roots, Jerusalem, 2001

Bernier, Ronald M. Temple Arts of Kerala: A South Indian Traditino, New Delhi: S. Chand & Company Ltd., 1982

Bhednde, Asha and Jhirad, Ralphy, Demographic and Socio-Economic Characteristics of Jews in India, ORT, Worli, Mumbai, 1997

Cherian, P. J. “Essays on the Cultural Formation of Kerala: Literature, Art, Architecture, Music, Theatre, and Cinema”, Unpublished

Cooper, Ilay and Dawson, Barry, Traditional Buildings of India, London: Thames and Hudson, 1998

Daniel, Ruby and Johnson, Barbara C., Ruby of Cochin: An Indian Jewish Woman Remembers (by Ruby Daniel and Barbara Johnson), Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society, 1995

Das Swami Das Yehudi, The Shingly Hebrew, Trivandrum, India: Sachethana, 2000

Elias, E. Indian Jewry, Haifa: Beit Eliahu v’Leah, 1986

Eliyahu-Oron, Orna, Heichalot from the Synagogues of Cochin Jews in India, Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 2004

Fischel, Walter J. “The Exploration of the Jewish Antiquities of Cochin on the Malabar Coast”, Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 87, 1967, pp. 230-48

Folberg, Neil, And I Shall Dwell Among Them: Historic Synagogues of the World, New York: Aperture Press, 1995

Freund, Michael, “Cochin’s Tekkumbagam Synagogue in Peril” Jerusalem Post, July 10

Fuks, Suzon, Keeping the Light, A Diary of South India (photographic essay), B'nai B'rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Washington, D.C., 1997

Ghosh, Amitav, In an Antique Land, Vintage Books, New York, 1992

Goitein, S.D., Letters of Medieval Traders, Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J., 1972

Goitein, S.D. and Friedman, India Traders of the Middle Ages: Documents from the Cairo Geniza, Ben-Zvi Institute, Jerusalem, 2008

Gruber, Samuel D, Synagogues, Metrobooks, Friedman/Fairfax, New York, 1999

Hacohen, Dr. Devora and Rabbi Menachem, One People, the Story of the Eastern Jews, Adama Books, N.Y., 1986

Hallegua, Fiona, The Jewish community of Cochin, Its Twilight Years, Master of Sociology dissertation, St. Teresa's College, Ernakulam, India, 1984

Hunt, W. S. The Anglican Church in Travancore and Cochin, 1816-1916, London, 1910

Hyman, Mavis, Jews of the Raj, Hyman Publishers, London, 1995

Israel, Benjamin J., The Jews of Israel, Mosaic Books, Jewish Welfare Association, New Dehli, 1982

Israel, Benjamin J., The Jews of India and the Jewish Contribution to India, Centre for Jewish and Inter-Faith Studies, Jewish Welfare Association, New Dehli

Israel, Rachael Rukmini, The Jews of India, Their Story, Mosaic Books, New Dehli, 2002

Johsua, Isaac, “Settlements of Jews in Kerala: A Chronology of Synagogues from 70 CE – 1988” Kochi: Self published, 1988

Johnson, Barbara C., Oh Lovely Parrot!: Jewish Women’s Songs from Kerala, (Book & Compact Disk). Selections, Introduction, Notes, English translations of 42 songs in collaboration with Scaria Zacharia. 126 pp. The Jewish Music Research Center, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel. Anthology of Music Traditions in Israel No. 18, Edwin Seroussi, ed., 2004

Johnson, Barbara C., Jutapalli Yogam in Kerala Jewish Communal Organization: Some Hebrew Sources Translated (with Galia Hacco). Tapasam: A Quarterly Journal for Kerala Studies 6(1):111-139, 2010

Johnson, Barbara C., New Research, Discoveries and Paradigms: A Report on the Current Study of Kerala Jews, In Indo-Judaic Studies in the Twenty-First Century: A View from the Margins, pp. 129-146. N. Katz, R. Chakravarti, B. Sinha and S. Weil, eds. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007

Johnson, Barbara C., Intertextuality in the Oral Interpretation of Malayalam Jewish Biblical Songs, Tapasam: A Quarterly Journal for Kerala Studies, 1(3):518-534, 2006

Johnson, Barbara C., Afterword: The Songs and the Project. In Karkulali-Yefefiyah- Gorgeous!: Jewish Women’s Songs in Malayalam with Hebrew Translations, pp. 208-228. Scaria Zacharia and Ophira Gamliel, ed. & transl. Jerusalem: Ben Zvi Institute Press, 2005

Johnson, Barbara C., Till the Women Finish Singing: An Historical Overview of Cochin Jewish Women’s Malayalam Song, Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies, 4:7-22., 2001

Johnson, Barbara C., Jewish Communities of Cochin. In The Jews of India: A Story of Three Communities, pp. 27-35. Orpa Slapak, ed. Jerusalem: Israel Museum, 1995

Johnson, Barbara C., "For Any Good Occasion We Call Them": Community Parties and Cultural Continuity among the Cochin Paradesi Jews of Israel, In Studies of Indian-Jewish Identity. Nathan Katz, ed. pp.53-82. New Delhi: Manohar, 1995

Johnson, Barbara C., The Emperor's Welcome: Reconsideration of an Origin Theme in Cochin Jewish Folklore, In Jews of India. Thomas Timberg, ed. pp. 161176. New York: Advent Books. Hebrew version: Cranganore, Joseph Rabban and Cheraman Perumal. Pe'amim: Studies Oriental Jewry. 1982. 13:7183, 1986

Katz, Chakravarti, Sinha and Weil, Indo-Judaic Studies In the Twenty-First Century

Katz, Nathan, Studies of Indian Jewish Identity, New Delhi: Ajay Kumar Jain/Manohar Publishers, 1995

Katz, Nathan and Goldberg, Ellen, The Last Jews of Cochin, Columbia: The University of South Carolina Press, 1993.

Koder, S., ed. Cochin Synagogue: Quatercentenary Celebrations, Kerala, India, 1968

Koder. S. S., History of the Jews of Kerala, Cochin, 1974

Kramer, Cheryl with Waronker, Jay, Jay Waronker: India’s Synagogues, Ithaca NY: Ithaca College Press, 2007.

Steven M. Lowenstein, The Jewish Cultural Tapestry, Oxford University Press, 2000, pp 18-19, 30-31, 98, 109

Mandelbaum, David G. “The Jewish Way of Life in Cochin”, Jewish Social Studies, Vol. 1, 1939, pp. 423-60.

Mandelbaum, David G. Society in India, Vols 1 and 2. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1970, pp. 550-63

Meek, H. A., The Synagogue, London and New York: Phaidon Press, 1995

Meister, Michael W., ed. Encyclopedia of Indian Temple Architecture,
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1983

Mendelssohn, Sidney, The Jews of Asia, published in 1920 by E.P. Dutton, N.Y. reprinted by BiblioLife, LLC., 1916

Menon, A. Sreedhara, Social and Cultural History of Kerala, New Delhi: Sterling Publishers Pvt Ltd, 1979

Parasuram, T. V. India’s Jewish Heritage, New Delhi: Sagar Publications, 1982

Patai, Raphel, The Vanished Worlds of Jewry, Weidenfeld and Nicolson Ltd, London, 1980

Roland, Joan G., Jews in British India, Identity in a Colonial Era, Brandeis University Press, Hanover and London, 1989

Roland, Joan, The Jewish Communities of Cochin, New York: Rowe Press, 1999.

Salem. A. B., Jew Town Synagogue, Cochin, 1929 and Haifa: Eliya Ben Eliavoo – Beit Eliahu V’leah, 1972

Samuel, Jacob, The Remnant Found, published in 1841 by J. Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly, and reprinted by BiblioLife, LLC, 1838

Sarkar, H., An Architectural Survey of Temples of Kerala, New Delhi: Archeological Survey of India, 1978

Sarkar, H., “Early Kerala style, c. AD 800-100” in Encyclopedia of Indian Temple Architecture: South India – Lower Dravidadesa, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1983

Sassoon, David Solomon, Ohel David, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1932

Scaria, Zacharia, In meinem Land leben verschiedene Volker: Baustein zu einem Dialog der Kulturen und Religionen, Texte alter judischer Lieder aus Kerala, Sudindien (by Albrecht Frenz and Scaria Zacharia)(Ostfildern: Schwabenverlag). German, 2002

Scaria, Zacharia, Karkulali – Yefefiah – Gorgeous!: Jewish Women’s Songs in Malayalam with Hebrew Translations. Scaria Zacharia and Ophira Gamliel, editor & translator (Jerusalem: Ben-Zvi Institute and Kottayam, India: Association for Comparative Studies), 2005

Scaria, Zacharia, “Jewish Malayalam” Jewish Language Research Website, 2003

Scaria, Zacharia, “Possibilities of Understanding Jewish Malayalam Folksongs” The Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies 6:29-47, 2003

Scaria, Zacharia, “Jewish Malayalam Folk Songs — Text, Discourses and Identity” International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics 34(2), June 2005

Segal, J. B., A History of the Jews of Cochin, London: Vallentine Mitchell & Company, Ltd., 1993

Slapak, Orpa, The Jews of India, a catalogue of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel (Hebrew), 1995

Timberg, Thomas A. Jews of India, New York, Advent Books, Inc., 1986

Tomber, Roberta, Indo-Roman Trade, From Pots to Pepper, Duckworth, London, 1989

Velayhdhan, P. S. Commemoration Volume: Cochin Synagogue Quatercentenary Celebrations, Cochin: The Kerala History Association, 1971

Walterstein, M. “The Cochini Jewish Wedding of the Malabar Community in Indian and Israel: Change in Custom, Symbol, and Meaning”, in I. Ben-Ami, The Separadi and Oriental Jewish Heritage Studies. Jerusalem, 1982, p. 529

Waronker, Jay, India’s Synagogues, Ithaca, New York: Ithaca College, 2007

Waronker, Jay, “The Restoration of the 16th-Century Parur Synagogue in Kerala, India” in Kulanu, Volume 19, Winter 2010/11

Waronker, Jay, "The Synagogues of Kerala, India: Their Architecture, History, Context, and Meaning" M. Thesis, Department of Architecture, Cornell University, 2010.

Waronker, Jay, “The Synagogue in Parur, India: Its Architecture and Spatial Experience” The Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies. Saskatoon: Society for Indo-Judaic Studies, Volume 11, 2010.

Waronker, Jay, “A Synagogue in Chendamangalam: Its Community and History” in Welcome Kerala, State of Kerala Publication, Volume 8/Issue 5, 10/2007- 1/2008.

Watts, Johnathan, Kerala: of Gods and Men, New Delhi: Timeless Books, 2004.

Weil, Shalva, “Symmetry Between Christians and Jews in India: the Cananite Christians and the Cochin Jews of Kerala”, Indian Sociology, Vol. XVI, 1982, pp. 175-96.

Weil, Shalva, India’s Jewish Heritage: Ritual, Art, and Life-Cycle, Mumbai: Marg Publications, 2002/6.

Weil, Shalva and Waronker, Jay, The Chendamangalam Synagogue: A Jewish Community in a Kerala Village, Kochi: Friends of Kerala Synagogues Publications, 2006.

Weil, Shalva, 'Bene Israel in Britain', New Community 3(1-2): 87-91, 1994

Weil, Shalva, 'Names and Identity among the Bene Israel', Ethnic Groups 1(3): 201-219, 1977

Weil, Shalva, 'Verbal Interaction among the Bene Israel', International Journal of the Sociology of Language 13: 71-85, 1977

Weil, Shalva, 'The State of Research into Bene Israel Indian Jews', Indian Economic and Social History Review 17(4): 397-408, 1980

Weil, Shalva, 'Literature of Jews in India', in Heda Jason (ed.) Journal of Indian Folkloristics 3(5-6): 58-71, 1980

Weil, Shalva, 'Contacts Between the Bene Israel and the Holy Land from the Eighth Century B.C.E. until 1948: An Ethno-historical Perspective' in Issachar Ben-Ami (ed.) The Sephardi & Oriental Jewish Heritage, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, Hebrew University, pp. 165-178, 1982

Weil, Shalva, 'Symmetry between Christians and Jews in India: the Cnanite Christians and the Cochin Jews of Kerala', Contributions to Indian Sociology 16(2): 175-196, 1982

Weil, Shalva, From Cochin to Israel, Jerusalem: Kumu Berina. (Hebrew), 1984

Weil, Shalva, 'Interpersonal Relations & Uses of Language among Bene Israel in Israel' in Shlomo Deshen and Moshe Shokeid (eds) Oriental Jews, Jerusalem: Schocken, pp. 306-311. (Hebrew) , 1985

Weil, Shalva, 'Symmetry Between Christians And Jews In India: The Cnanite Christians And The Cochin Jews Of Kerala' in Tim Timberg (ed.) The Jews of India, Delhi: Vikas Publication, pp.177-204, 1986

Weil, Shalva, 'An Overview of Research on the Bene Israel' in Tim Timberg (ed.) The Jews of India, Delhi: Vikas Publication, pp. 12-27, 1986

Weil, Shalva, 'Anthropology becomes Home: Home becomes Anthropology' in Anthony Jackson (ed.) Anthropology at Home, ASA Monograph No. 25, London: Tavistock Publications, pp. 196-212, 1987

Weil, Shalva, 'The Influence of Caste Ideology in Israel', in Meir Gottesmann (ed.) Cultural Transition: the Case of Immigrant Youth, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, pp. 150-161, 1988

Weil, Shalva, 'Beyond the Sambatyon: the Myth of the Ten Lost Tribes', Ariel 85-86: 25-31, 1991

Weil, Shalva, 'The Secular & Religious Elite among the Bene Israel Jews in India', Pe’amim 60: 49-63. (Hebrew), 1994

Weil, Shalva, 'Yom Kippur: the Festival of Closing the Doors' in Hananya Goodman (ed.) Between Jerusalem & Benares: Comparative Studies in Judaism & Hinduism, New York: State University of New York Press, pp. 85-100, 1994

Weil, Shalva, 'Remote Jewish Communities' in Ely Ben-Gal (ed.) The People of the Menorah, Tel-Aviv: Maccabi World Union, pp. 68-73, 1995

Weil, Shalva, 'Religious Leadership vs. Secular Authority: the Case of the Bene Israel', Eastern Anthropologist 49(3- 4): 301-316, 1996

Weil, Shalva, 'Double Conversion among the "Children of Menasseh"' in Georg Pfeffer and Deepak K. Behera (eds) Contemporary Society Tribal Studies, New Delhi: Concept, pp. 84-102, 1996

Weil, Shalva, 'From Persecution to Freedom: Central European Jewish Refugees and their Jewish Host Communities in India', in Anil Bhatti and Johannes H. Voigt (eds) Jewish Exile in India 1933-1945, New Delhi: Manohar and Max Mueller Bhavan, pp. 64-84, 1999

Weil, Shalva, 'Flora Samuel', Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies 1(2): 150-151, 1999

Weil, Shalva, India, The Larger Immigrations from Eastern Countries, Jerusalem: Ben-Zvi Institute and the Ministry of Education. (Hebrew), 2000

Weil, Shalva, 'The Jewish Communities of India' in Avshalom Mizrachi and Aharon Ben-David (eds) The Tribes-Evidence of Israel: Exile, Immigrations, Absorption, Contribution and Integration, Netanya: Association for Society and Culture, Documentation and Research, pp. 272-281. (Hebrew), 2001

Weil, Shalva, 'The Bene Israel of India', in Eliyahoo Hanabee (to accompany CD- Rom). Tel-Aviv: Beth Hatefutsoth, the Nahum Goldman Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, 2002

Weil, Shalva, 'Dual Conversion Among the Shinlung of North-East India', Studies of Tribes and Tribals 1(1): 43-57 (inaugural volume), 2003

Weil, Shalva, 'Bene Israel Rites and Routines', Marg: A Magazine of The Arts, 54(2): 26-37, 2004

Weil, Shalva, 'Lost Israelites from North-East India: Re-Traditionalisation and Conversion among the Shinlung from the Indo-Burmese Borderlands', The Anthropologist 6(3): 219-233, 2004

Weil, Shalva, 'Motherland and Fatherland as Dichotomous Diasporas: the Case of the Bene Israel' in Lisa Anteby, William Berthomiere and Gabriel Sheffer (eds) Les Diasporas 2000 ans d'histoire, Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, pp. 91-99, 2005

Weil, Shalva, 'The Impact of Hindu-Jewish Studies in Israel, or, The Salience of Spirituality', Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies 7: 5-11, 2005

Weil, Shalva, 'Obituary: Professor J.B Segal', Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies 7: 117-119, 2005

Weil, Shalva, '"Today is Purim": A Cochin Jewish Song in Hebrew', TAPASAM Journal: Quarterly Journal for Kerala Studies 1(3): 575-588, 2006

Weil, Shalva, 'Indian Judaic Tradition' in Sushil Mittal and Gene Thursby (eds) Religions in South Asia, London: Palgrave Publishers, pp. 169-183, 2006

Weil, Shalva, Indo-Judaic Studies in the Twenty-First Century: A Perspective from the Margin, Katz, N., Chakravarti, R., Sinha, B. M. and Weil, S. (eds) New York and Basingstoke, England: Palgrave-Macmillan Press, 2007

Weil, Shalva, 'On Origins, the Arts and Transformed Identities: Foci of Research into the Bene Israel' in Nathan Katz, Ranabir Chakravarti, Braj M. Sinha and Shalva Weil (eds) Indo-Judaic Studies in the Twenty-First Century: A Perspective from the Margin, New York and Basingstoke, England: Palgrave-Macmillan Press, pp. 147-157, 2007

Weil, Shalva, Karmic Passages: Israeli Scholarship on India, Shulman, D. and Weil, S. (eds) New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2008

Weil, Shalva, Shulman, D., 'Prelude: The Israeli Quest for India' in David Shulman and Shalva Weil (eds) Karmic Passages: Israeli Scholarship on India, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-7, 2008

Weil, Shalva, 'Esther David: The Bene Israel Novelist who Grew Up with a Tiger' in David Shulman and Shalva Weil (eds) Karmic Passages: Israeli Scholarship on India, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 232-253, 2008

Weil, Shalva, India's Jewish Heritage: Ritual, Art and Life-Cycle, Mumbai: Marg Publications [first published in 2002; 3rd edn.], 2009

Weil, Shalva, 'The Heritage and Legacy of Indian Jews' in Shalva Weil (ed.) India’s Jewish Heritage: Ritual, Art and Life-Cycle, Mumbai: Marg Publications [first published in 2002; 3rd edn.], pp. 8-21, 2009

Weil, Shalva, 'Bene Israel Rites and Routines' in Shalva Weil (ed.) India’s Jewish Heritage: Ritual, Art and Life-Cycle, Mumbai: Marg Publications [first published in 2002; 3rd edn.], 78-89. Reprinted in Marg: A Magazine of The Arts, 54(2): 26-37, 2009

Weil, Shalva, 'The Place of Alwaye in Modern Cochin Jewish History', Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, 8(3): 319-335, 2010

Weil, Shalva, 'The Bene Israel Indian Jewish Family in Transnational Context', Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 2011 (accepted for publication)

Weil, Shalva, "Coming of age in Jewish communities in India: the Baghdadis and the Bene Israel", in Shulamith Reinharz and Barbara Vinick (eds.) Today I am a Woman: Bat Mitzvah Around the World, Indiana University Press, 2011 (accepted for publication)

Weil, Shalva, "A rich history now stained with blood", The Jerusalem Post, December 1, 2008

Weil, Shalva, "The Chennamangalam Jews: A village community", Welcome Kerala 8(1), pp. 11-12, 2008

Weil, Shalva, Samuel Hallegua: Obituary, The Jerusalem Post, September 24, 2009

Weil, Shalva, "Kerala to restore 400-year-old Indian synagogue", The Jerusalem Post, 2009

Weil, Shalva, "A Revival of Jewish Heritage on the Indian Tourism Trail", Jerusalem Post Magazine, July 16. pp. 34-36, 2010

Weil, Shalva, "Eine Geschichte der friedlichen Koexistenz", Aufbau 10, pp. 15-17, 2010

Weil, Shalva, "The History and Disappearance of the Jewish Presence in Pakistan", International Relations and Security Network (ISN), 2011 Link

Weil, Shalva, "The Tomb of Rachel - The Bene Israel Connection: Wanderers, emissaries, matriarchs and a holy site", Asian Jewish Life, 2011 Link

Weil, Shalva, "In an Ancient Land: Trade and synagogues in south India", Asian Jewish Life, 2011 Link

Weil, Shalva, "Tomb or Mosque? Contesting Historical Memory", International Relations and Security Network (ISN), 2011 Link

Weil, Shalva (as curator), The Jews from the Konkan: the Bene Israel Community of India, Tel-Aviv: Beth Hatefutsoth, the Nahum Goldman Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, 1981

Weil, Shalva (as curator), Beyond the Sambatyon: the Myth of the Ten Lost Tribes, Tel-Aviv: Beth Hatefutsoth, the Nahum Goldman Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, 1991

Weil, Shalva (as curator), with Waronker, Jay and Sofaer, Marian, The Chennamangalam Synagogue: Jewish Community in a Village in Kerala, Kerala: Chennamangalam Synagogue, 2006

Weil, Shalva (as curator), The Jews of Chennamangalam: Community and Religions Life, Moshav Givat Koach, Israel, 2010

Weil, Shalva, The Bene Israel in India: Some Studies by Benjamin J. Israel, reviewed in Asian & African Studies 19(1): 131-132, 1985

Weil, Shalva, Veda and Torah by Barbara Holdrege, reviewed in International Journal of Hindu Studies 1(2): 427-428, 1997

Weil, Shalva, Jews of the Raj, by Mavis Hyman, reviewed in Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies 1(1): 105-107, 1998

Weil, Shalva, The Jews of India, by Benjamin J. Israel, reviewed in Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies 4: 119-122, 2001

Weil, Shalva, The Jews of India, by Benjamin J. Israe,l reviewed in Biblio: A Review of Books, New Delhi, Manohar 6(9-10): 18-9, 2001

Weil, Shalva, Letters to Auntie Fori, by Martin Gilbert, reviewed in Biblio: A Review of Books, New Delhi: Manohar, 2002

Weil, Shalva, The Book of Esther, by Esther David, reviewed in Biblio: A Review of Books, New Delhi: Manohar, p. 26., 2003

 

 

FILMS & INTERACTIVE

Agadat Cochin, DVD, Israel Film Service, State of Israel Ministry of Science Culture and Sport, Ramat Eshkol, Jerusalem

The Heritage of the Bene Israel of India by Nissim Moses – An electronic publication of 5 CD-ROMs, one on Bene Israel recipes

Salaam Shalom: The Jews of India by Vanessa C. Lauffer

The Bene Israel: A Family Portrait by Karen Nathanson and Jean- Francois Fernandez

The Cochin Jews of India by Dr. Johanna Spector

About the Jews of India: Shanwar Telis/Bene Israel
by Tana Hobart

Agadat Cochin, Israel Film Service

 

 

 

Cookbooks

Eti Gilad, The Cochini Cuisine, Rehovot, 2007

Jaffrey, Madhur, A Taste of India, Pavilion Books, Ltd., has a section about Kerala which includes a recipe from the Koders (p.232), 1985

Marks, Copeland, Sephardic Cooking, Donald I. Fine, New York (Cochin recipes pp.369-384), 1992

Roden, Claudia, the Book of Jewish Food, Alfred A. Knopf, New York (recipes from Queenie Hallegua p. 371, 601), 1997

 

Please contact us if you can recommend books or articles with references to Cochini Jewish cooking or a url that has Cochini Jewish recipes.

 

 

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