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What would happen if Martha Stewart were abducted by a tribe of trailer park rabbis? Judaikitsch! Filled to the brim with crafts, collectibles, and creative cooking, heres the ultimate guide to a funky, festive Jewish lifestyle. From everyday kitsch to holiday entertaining-and loads of mishegoss in between-Judaikitsch asks the all-important question: Why eat sushi when the ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published February 1st 2002 by Chronicle Books
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Amber
first off I'm not Jewish but I liked this book to see what different crafts that they might do. My fav. was the beer can candle holders.
Ingrid
Absolutely had me in stitches the whole time! My only gripe, (of course there had to be SOME kvetching), is the lack of photos on some projects. "Would it kill ya to put a few more photos in? Nu?"
Petra X
Beautiful kitsch photos and visual puns of yiddishkeit. If you don't understand that term, you wouldn't get the book, but no loss, its only funny for a quick flip-through anyway.
Ann
A must for all Jewish crafters. Worth reading for the Neil Tzedakah box alone. How could I not have thought of this?!?
Robin
Do yourself a favor, Bubbeleh, and read every word. (Wish my Hebrew school had used this curriculum!)
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Jennifer Traig is a frequent contributor to McSweeney's and The Forward. She is the author of a series of young adult books and a humor book, JUDAIKITSCH. She has a Ph.D. in literature and lives in San Francisco.
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