In Search of Israeli Cuisine: Documentary, Discussion and Tasting

Top Pick May 16, 2016 Newton $28.00 - $83.00 0
A meal of fried sardines with tahini sauce, fresh pita, a cucumber and tomato salad, olives and pickles is served in a restaurant in the local produce marketin Netanya, Israel. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)
A meal of fried sardines with tahini sauce, fresh pita, a cucumber and tomato salad, olives and pickles is served in a restaurant in the local produce marketin Netanya, Israel. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)

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What is Israeli cuisine? Chef, restaurateur, and James Beard Foundation Award winner Michael Solomonov travels through his native Israel to find out. Along the way, he visits fine restaurants and home kitchens, wineries, and cheese makers, to get a taste of the 70+ cultures that make up his homeland. A unique portrait of Israel and its people, all told through food. Followed by a conversation and nosh with Director Roger Sherman and Chef Michael Solomonov. Special dinner package also includes pre-film kosher dinner, cookbook, and demonstration by Chef Solomonov.

Tickets:
7:30 PM – $25 + $3 Processing Fee for Film and Nosh

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Fact Sheet
When
Monday, May 16, 2016, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where
Leventhal-Sidman JCC
333 Nahanton St
Newton, MA 02459
Price
$83.00 Pre-film Dinner, Film & Cookbook
$28.00 Film Only

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