Rescued Recipes: Heroic Actions that Saved Family Treasures
|Date||Wed, Dec 16, 8:30am - 9:00am|
In 1944, 12-year-old Steven Fenves and his family were forced from their home in Subotica, Yugoslavia, into a Jewish ghetto. While neighbors turned against them and looted their home, their former cook, Maris, rescued their treasured family artwork and recipes. These cherished items offer a glimpse into one family’s life before it was shattered by the Holocaust. Join Steven, a Holocaust survivor and Museum volunteer, James Beard Award–winning Chef Alon Shaya, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for a conversation about family recipes and their connections to childhood memories and Holocaust history.
Steven Fenves, Holocaust survivor and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum volunteer
Chef Alon Shaya, James Beard Award–winner, owner of Saba restaurant in New Orleans and Safta in Denver
Watch live at facebook.com/holocaustmuseum. You do not need a Facebook account to view their program. After the live broadcast, the recording will be available to watch on demand on the USHMM's Facebook page.
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