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Wednesday, November 6, 7:30pm, Temple Beth El
JCC Member: $18    Non-Member: $20

Chanie_ApfelbaumChanie Apfelbaum

Millenial Kosher: Recipes Reinvented for the Modern Palate
(Mesorah Publications, 2018)

Chanie Apfelbaum, creator of world-renowned kosher food blog Busy in Brooklyn, makes her cookbook debut with a collection of dishes that reflect her passion for reinventing traditional foods with a millennial vibe. Yesterday’s margarine is today’s coconut oil, bone broth is the new chicken soup, and the onion soup mix of our youth is replaced with umami-rich porcini mushroom powder. Today, kosher food is bolder than the food we grew up eating. There’s an emphasis on fresh and seasonal ingredients. It’s food that’s influenced by cultural cuisine and not limited to, but inspired by, kosher guidelines. There is still a place for the kosher comfort foods, but now, it’s time for Millennial Kosher.

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Generously underwritten by
Mona Friedman Kolko, Sharon R. Brodsky and Family, Noreen Salerno, Esther Krakower, Debi Brenner, and Deborah G. Goldman