Sir, We seem to agree on the issue of Jews in Iraq making the dishes described. Iraqi Jews, or as they like to describe themselves Babylonian Jews, were part of Iraq’s culture from ancient times, and their cuisine would naturally reflect the shared regional culinary characteristics. This is what the book as well as Ms. Guttman’s article makes clear. Where’s the revisionism and academic dishonesty? If I describe the Jewish dishes as Iraqi, wouldn't it be logical to conclude they are so because of “where” they were cooked?
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