Singapore Cooks: Housewife whips up feasts for Jewish community in Singapore

Mrs Rosita Ezra Goldstein with challah bread, which is traditionally eaten for meals on Shabbat (Judaism's day of rest and seventh day of the week) and major Jewish holidays.
Mrs Rosita Ezra Goldstein with challah bread, which is traditionally eaten for meals on Shabbat (Judaism's day of rest and seventh day of the week) and major Jewish holidays.ST PHOTO: SAHIBA CHAWDHARY

SINGAPORE - Growing up in a devout Christian family in Jakarta, Mrs Rosita Ezra Goldstein would help her mother prepare feasts for gatherings of the church community.

Today, the 47-year-old housewife continues to whip up sumptuous meals, but for a different congregation.

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