This week on the podcast we’re talking about Jerusalem (the exhibit at the Met, and the City), and sufganiyot. Further reading Jerusalem Jerusalem: 1000-1400 Every People Under Heaven at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the audio guide Christian Monks Square Off at One of Jerusalem’s Holiest Sites by Nina Strochlic at The Daily Beast Armenian and Greek Monks Fight in Jerusalem (video from MSNBC) Maccabeats sing Im Eshkachech at Batsheva and Jeff’s wedding Visit the Mifletzet Zahava recommends spending Tisha B’Av in Jerusalem Sufganiyot Zahava made Apple Cider Sufganiyot (Hanukkah Doughnuts) with salted caramel filling from Chowhound but she filled them with apple butter Mimi made Easiest. Sufganiyot. Ever. from mynameisyeh, but she baked the dough after frying it. Tamar made Leah Koenig’s Cardamom Glazed Doughnut Bites from Williams Sonoma, and Blueberry Cream Cheese Doughnuts from mynameisyeh, but I made my own filling which was soom, butter, and pwodered sugar. Super delicious. Zahava suggests sufganiot.com. Everything You Know About Latkes in Wrong by Yoni Appelbaum in the Atlantic 8 Days (of Hanukkah) by Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings in which a Hanukkah brisket These Cranberry Curd Nutmeg Donuts are probably delicious but we haven’t tried them. Zahava mocked this challah recipe that was inexplicably presented by the New York Times as a Hanukkah recipe. Endorsements Zahava recommends the Jewish Federation of Cleveland opposing Ohio’s fetal heartbeat bill, and When Politics and Halacha Meet: The Challenge of Abortion by Zachary Truboff in the Times of Israel. Mimi recommends Jergens Hydrating Coconut Lotion, and The Principals of Uncertainty by Maira Kalman. Tamar recommends the cookbook Aromas of Aleppo by Poopa Dweck.