My Grandma Ruby, may she rest in peace, knew that comfort food, especially blintzes, could sweeten even the most difficult times. At least for that moment. Two generations and a devastating Southern Californian firestorm later, I am still amazed at how right she was.
In the midst of the Southern California fires, a tray of blintzes brought together seven Jewish communities and ultimately delivered a measure of comfort to the Ilan Ramon Day School community in Agoura.
The traveling blintz adventure began as I sat in my office at de Toledo High School (dTHS) in West Hills,...Read More
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