Chicken soup: The story of "Jewish penicillin"
|Mahni||Chicken soup: The story of "Jewish penicillin"|
|Kanal||CBS Sunday Morning|
Musiqi Haqqinda Melumat
For centuries chicken soup has been prescribed by grandmothers and doctors alike for all manner of ailments, but many believe there really is evidence to support the prescription. Correspondent Nancy Giles talks with food historian and cookbook author Joan Nathan, and with New York's 2nd Ave. Deli owner Jack Lebewohl and executive chef David Teyf about the universal love for chicken soup.
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