New cooking sessions have now been added to the Jewish Food Festival cooking volunteer list.
Now you have another chance to help Temple Adat Shalom and to learn how to make such gourmet Jewish treats as cheese blintzes, kugel, Sephardic chicken and chopped liver, as well as Middle Eastern delights such as Israeli couscous salad, Mediterranean Salad, tabbouleh, and hummus.
It's a great way to meet people, have fun, and all work together for the good of the Temple.
For any question, please contact Nancy Dunn at firstname.lastname@example.org or Diane Hillman at email@example.com for more information.
The San Diego Jewish Food Festival (www.sdjewishfoodfest.com) will be a day-long culinary journey featuring nosh-sized samples of Jewish and associated ethnic foods based on time-honored recipes from around the globe. A nosh is considered the perfect size for a taste.