Culinary Tour of the Diaspora
Oct
15
to May 6

Culinary Tour of the Diaspora

Sundays: Oct 15, Nov 12, Jan 14, March 11, April 15 and May 6 • 2-4 pm
Join Zehorit and other special guests this fall as we gather the best people to enjoy the best food exploration and learning! Join the newly established Culinary Club at Adath for a 6-month culinary adventure. We will meet on six Sunday afternoons to experience exotic cuisines, learn new techniques and meet exciting, inspiring people.

Series fee: $250 per person for Adath members, $275 for non-members.

Space is limited. REGISTER

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AUTUMNAL ARABIAN NIGHTS
Oct
26
6:00pm 6:00pm

AUTUMNAL ARABIAN NIGHTS

Held at Cooks of Crocus Hill, North Loop, MInneapolis

Middle Eastern cuisine is a fantastic mixture of rugged simplicity and rich flavors, made for large appetites. It's little wonder that its popularity is on the rise across the country. Join us for this Arabian-themed class and learn from a true expert in the field of authentic Middle Eastern fare, Chef Zehorit.

Menu: Baharat Roasted Butternut Squash Salad with Silan Vinaigrette; Ground Lamb Kebabs in Tomato Sauce; Basmati Rice with Browned Noodles; Pistachio and Orange Blossom Cookies.

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Thanksgiving from the Middle East
Nov
16
6:00pm 6:00pm

Thanksgiving from the Middle East

Believe it or not, Thanksgiving is not typically celebrated in the Middle East ... or in fact anywhere outside of North America. That being said, with a few pinches of Middle Eastern spice and a dash of flare, this class will teach you how to kick your Thanksgiving feast up several notches. Who knows? Maybe this year will start a whole new tradition!

Menu: Mixed greens & roasted figs salad; Silan roasted turkey; Cauliflower in tahini; Baharat roasted mixed vegetables & potatoes; Pear & Halva cake.

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FOOD FROM THE PROMISED LAND
Oct
12
6:00pm 6:00pm

FOOD FROM THE PROMISED LAND

Held at Cooks of Crocus Hill, Grand Ave, St. Paul

The name Galilee has many obvious connotations, one of which is the food. Galilee may be the food capital of Israel, where Middle Eastern and Hebrew cuisines meld in rich, heavenly union. While we're skipping on the ambrosia salad, this menu is so enticing you will most likely end up booking a trip to the promised land. 

Menu: Roasted Eggplant with Yogurt Sauce and Spicy Salsa; Middle Eastern Herb Salad; Kashkaval Cheese Bourekas; Hot Herbal Infusion; Anise Cookies.

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