Every Friday evening, the Nunez family sits down to a traditional religious dinner.
Moshe Nunez and his family moved to Crown Heights, a New York neighborhood with thousands of Hasidic Jews.
1 of 2 Like most families in their Crown Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, their Jewish Sabbath meal includes blessings over the wine and bread, the company of family and friends and excellent food.
But for the Nunez family, the Sabbath table would not be complete without salsa picada and jalapeno dip.
Read more about the Nunez family, their conversion and their history as Anusim (also known deragatorily as Marranos) in “Brooklyn family keeps Latino-Jewish traditions alive” at CNN.com.