I Feel Bad About My Neck - Study Guide The Lost Strudel or Le Strudel Perdu Summary & Analysis

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Nora shares that one of her favorite foods years back was cabbage strudel from Mrs. Herbst's Hungarian Bakery in Manhattan. The last time she is able to find it is in 1982. She surmises that the tragedy of lost foods is that usually they are something the average cook cannot create in their own kitchen with success. A food writer friend tells Nora about Andre's Hungarian Bakery in Queens. Nora calls the owner to request cabbage strudel, but the owner rejects her request. Then Andre opens a second location where they sell the strudel. While not exactly like Mrs. Herbst, she finds the strudel delicious and enjoys every taste. But mostly she enjoys the fact that something she lost that was dear to her was found.

Everyone has a lost food or something comparable...

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