AJ Sidransky explores history, family, and Jewish identity in Havana, Cuba, 1958, at the height of Castro’s revolution.
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The first time I tasted a mojito, and I mean really tasted a mojito, I was in Havana with my family, and my dad had whisked me away to a local hotspot after a long, sweaty day of delivering humanitarian aid to those in need.
Most of the Jewish kids I knew growing up partook in a handful of familiar traditions during the holiday season.
A wonderful holiday meal with an authentic Cuban flair.
Charoset is the star of the seder plate.