We began by watching Centropa’s film So Memory Doesn’t Die, about Teofila Silberring’s harrowing experience during the Holocaust. She was saved from starvation by a kind family friend who gave her blueberry pirogues at key moments, and we focused on the role these pirogues played in her story. After discussing this, students were asked to research an important food in their family, and then to make a cookbook page –either by hand, or digitally – and represent the dish and its importance in the family through images, colors, and design. We put the cookbook pages together into one cookbook and exchanged the cookbook with Bernadette Czehi’s class in Sopron, Hungary. In addition, students were given email addresses of students in Bernadette’s class and corresponded with each other throughout the project.