Thu, Jun 10 | Melton Adult Jewish Learning via ZOOM

Food for Thought: Jewish Eats from the Bible to Ottolenghi

What makes food “Jewish”? In popular culture, perception of “Jewish” food is often limited to bagels, borsch, and brisket. Beyond them there’s an entire alphabet replete with Jewish food, from artichokes to zucchini. Come for the food, stay for the thought—or the other way around!
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 Food for Thought: Jewish Eats from the Bible to Ottolenghi

Time & Location

Jun 10, 10:00 AM – Jul 01, 11:30 AM
Melton Adult Jewish Learning via ZOOM

About the Event

·  Week 1: What Makes Food “Jewish”?

·  Week 2:  Don’t burn the berches!

·  Week 3:  Using their Noodles: the secret history of pasta and other foods you didn’t know were Jewish

·  Week 4: Touring the World through Jewish Tastebuds

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