FEDERATION'S 3rd ANNUAL
SOUTHERN CT JEWISH FOOD FESTIVAL
Celebrating Global Traditions – Our Common Table
SUNDAY, MAY 19
2 – 6 PM
Temple Israel, 14 Coleytown Road, Westport
$5/person (child under 12 free)
DAY OF EVENT
$10/person (child under 12 free)
$100 family sponsorship
includes $20 of food tickets and program listing
$250 VIP sponsorship
includes $20 of food tickets, program listing, copy of the new book The 100 Most Jewish Foods, VIP seating to the keynote talk, and festival t-shirt.
Food Demos from Israel to
Ethiopian Buna Coffee Ceremony
International Wine Tasting
Children’s Food Demo
Workshops and Lectures
Israelis-in-CT Hebrew Book Fest
Traditional Shira B’Tzibur Israeli Sing-along
International Food Court featuring Kosher Jewish delicacies from Persia, Ukraine, Morocco, Israel and more!
What Makes Food Jewish Anyway?
A Discussion on Diaspora, Recipe Evolution, and Delicious Food
Borrowing is at the heart of Jewish cuisine. Throughout history and across the globe, Jewish communities have eaten the foods of their neighbors, adapting these dishes to accommodate the kosher rules and holiday rituals.
So how, then, does one define what makes a particular dish “Jewish?” In this lively discussion, cookbook author Leah Koenig and food writer Liz Rueven of Kosher Like Me will debate, and gently push, the boundaries of Jewish cuisine.