Logo of Joel Haber's 18 Jewish Foods podcast and two large fluffy Persian gondi meatballs in a thin broth

Episode 7 – Gondi: A Persian Pleasure to Honor Shabbat

Jews everywhere have always reserved their best foods for the Sabbath. Gondi is a food that is unique to the Jews of Persia (Iran), and is almost exclusively eaten at Friday night Shabbat dinner. One of many examples of how Jews use cuisine to honor and show respect for their Day of Rest.

Interview: Tannaz Sassooni


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Would You Honor Me by Passing This Along, Like Jews Honor Shabbat?

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