Passport to Chanukah!
Around the World, Bite by Bite
Sunday, November 28
USA (10:30 am PT / 1:30 pm ET)
UK 6:30 pm / France 7:30 pm / Israel 8:30 pm
The talk will last approximately 90 minutes
About this talk
Did you enjoy Polish Chanukkah Apple Cake with your great aunt on the porch in Brooklyn during a rainy afternoon? Or maybe you lovingly watched your grandmother drizzle dough into the oil to make zengoula. Do you fondly recall the sound and smell of frying zalabia?
Jewish food means something slightly different to everyone! Food enjoyed in Jewish homes around the world reflects wave after wave of expulsion and community recreation; starting over again and again, bringing previous traditions while adapting to new climates and adopting new ingredients and cooking methods.
In this talk we will discuss different Chanukah food traditions through the diaspora - how they travel, how they define us, and how their variety among the different communities help us celebrate light and freedom.
Those joining in are encouraged to send a family recipe to firstname.lastname@example.org (along with any recipe-related stories). All recipes submitted prior to this lecture, along with recipes discussed will be made into a free e-book for all class participants.
Some of Yaffi's published books:
Discover Mindful Eating for Kids, 2nd ed (contributing author)
Stage-by-Stage Baby Food Cookbook
Beyond a Bite: Activities for a Mindful Mealtime
Find more here: https://babybloomnutrition.com
This event is live and interactive and spots are limited
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With your contribution you will also be donating to Comfort Food Pantry, which provides food, clothing, groceries & cash assistance at no cost to families in the East Valley regardless of age, affiliation or background.
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