As everyone knows, American Jews celebrate Christmas with a meal composed of the North American Ashkenazi Diaspora’s traditional cuisine, Chinese-American food. Thus, Jeff Weintraub directs our attention to two key documents. One, Brandon Walker, “Chinese Food on Christmas”:
Two, Gaye Tuchman and Harry G. Levine, “New York Jews and Chinese Food: The Social Construction of an Ethnic Pattern”, Contemporary Ethnography, 1992: Vol 22 No 3. pp. 382–407.