Upgrade your recipes and cooking and baking skills with three FREE online cooking classes for the Jewish High Holy Days, Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur.
Join The Nosher for three sessions to learn traditional dishes and new ones from North Africa and elsewhere.
As the old saying goes, you don’t have to be Jewish to love things like date cake and how to shape a perfect round bread, or challah.
Sign up to cook and bake along with these Jewish chefs and cookbook authors, including one who has cooked at the White House.
FYI – in 2022, Rosh Hashonah is Sunday, Sept. 25 to Tuesday, Sept. 27, and Yom Kippur is Tuesday/Wednesday, Oct. 4/5.
- Sunday, September 11, 7:30 pm ET
Homemade Plum Jam Stuffed Challah
Join chef Sonya Sanford and learn how to shape and stuff a perfectly sweet round challah.
- Thursday, September 15, 7:30 pm ET-
Symbolic Food for Rosh Hashanah
Join food writer Vered Guttman to learn more about the symbolic foods of the Jewish New Year. Learn to make chraime, North African fish dish and date cake.
- Wednesday, September 28, 7:30 pm ET
Traditional Sephardic Breakfast
Join Susan Barocas and learn to make pumpkin bourekas and chicken with preserved lemon and olives.
Recipes will be posted on www.TheNosher.com prior to the class with a list of ingredients.
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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About the Instructors:
Sonya Sanford is a Portland OR based chef, writer, cooking instructor, and food stylist. Born and raised in Seattle to Soviet Jewish immigrants, Sonya specializes in diasporic modern Jewish food, seasonal + sustainable cooking, as well as Russian Jewish cuisine. Her culinary background includes working as a personal chef in Los Angeles, food styling for television and the web, and founding and executive cheffing Beetroot Market & Deli.
- You can find more about her and her recipes at www.sonyasanford.com or on Instagram @sonyamichellesanford.
Vered Guttman is an Israeli chef, food writer and food historian living in the Washington DC area. Her columns and articles on Israeli and Jewish food appeared in Haaretz, as well as the Washington Post, Slate, Moment Magazine, NPR and others. As a chef and a caterer, Vered specializes in Israeli and Middle Eastern cuisines. She has catered private parties, diplomatic events and corporate receptions.
- In 2014, Vered cooked for President Obama’s Passover seder at the White House.
Susan Barocas is a food writer and cooking instructor. She helped launch The Jewish Food Experience in the DC area.
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