Interview with Alf Price (Abram Alfred Price). Interviewed by Laura Zitron. Alf talks about his family history and their immigration to Vancouver, BC. He discusses the differences in Judaism between South Africa and Canada, and his own involvement in the Jewish community in Vancouver. He also talks about his profession as an accountant.
Interview with Andrew Riseman. Interviewed by April Thompson for the Feeding Community podcast. Andrew is an associate professor at the University of British Columbia for applied biology and plant breeding. In the interview, Andrew talks about genetic modification, food aesthetics and selection, production and consumption, and other topics within the food industry.
Interview with Yamila Chikiar. Interviewed by Kristina Kapitza for the Feeding Community podcast and The Scribe, 2018. Yamila talks about the mishmash of culture in the foods she ate growing up, her background in baking, and her Vancouver-based restaurant, Café FortyOne.
Interview with Ruth Wingerin. Interviewed by Nassa Selwyn. Ruth talks about her family and her mother's contributions to the Bnoth Zion in South Africa. Ruth continued to practice as a doctor after settling in Vancouver, BC, and discusses Jewish life in the city.
Interview with Jack Aaron. Interviewed by Irene Dodeck. Jack talks about his family's history, his career, and immigration to Vancouver from Cape Town. He opened a law firm in Vancouver and was ordained Queen's Counsel in British Columbia. Jack discusses his view of Judaism and Jewish life.
Interview with Tanja Demajo. Interviewed by April Thompson for the Feeding Community podcast. Tanja serves as the Director of Family and Adult Resources for the Jewish Family Services Agency of Vancouver, BC. She talks about its Jewish Food Bank program, which she manages.
Interview with Rabbi Dan Moscowitz. Interviewed by April Thompson for the Feeding Community podcast. Senior Rabbi Mosocwitz of Temple Sholom talks about the foods he ate growing up, and food diversity in Vancouver in comparison to other North American cities.
Interview with Rabbi Carey Brown. Interviewed by April Thompson for the Feeding Community podcast. Rabbi Brown of Temple Sholom talks about the Jewish community in Vancouver, and the differences in Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine across North American cities.
Interview with Linda Stein. Interviewed by Michelle Mina. Linda discusses her family history and their contribution to the Cape Town Jewish community, including the establishment of synagogues. Upon immigrating to Vancouver as a dental hygienist, she became involved in the local Jewish community.