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Farm Food for Thought: Tastes of Israel, Past and Present

Wednesday, May 15 @ 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Calling all foodies! Food is your canvas during this Spring series. Get your farm and food fix alongside a diverse community exploring Jewish holiday cooking and learning.  

$48 per workshop per person. Pre-registration required. Max capacity 30 people. 

Workshop One: May 15th, 6:00-8:00 pm: Tastes of Israel, present and past - Register now

Embark on a culinary journey through Israel’s rich tapestry of flavors in this immersive food workshop. Israeli cuisine is as diverse as its people and landscape, influenced by many cultures. At the Farm, we believe that food is a catalyst for dialogue and togetherness, even as we may debate which culture makes the best hummus! Join us to savor, learn, and unite through the language of Israeli food.

Workshop Two: July 17th, 6:00-8:00 pm: A Palace in Time *Registration coming soon

Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel called the Jewish Sabbath "a palace in time." But how do we help build a palace when its building blocks are minutes and not bricks? One great way is through food. So join us as we explore how to help make the Sabbath a time-palace by making the Sabbath meal special, delicious, and separated from the every day. From farm-fresh twists on traditional dishes to unusual cocktails, to best practices for what should be on table, this workshop's all about making certain times special. Director of Jewish Life Rebecca Joy Fletcher, Educator & Sommelier Nora Mitchell, and Chef  (TBA) will be your guides. Expect laughter, new friends, and great food!