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A Pickling Workshop
Thu October 12 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Following a brief introduction on the history of pickling by Kat Romanow of The Wandering Chew, she’ll lead guests into making their own pickles. Tables will be set up workshop-style and all materials will be provided. Each guest will prepare and go home with one jar of Dill Pickles and one jar of Preserved Lemons. Guests will also be able to take home printed copies of each recipe, so you can make them again or share them with loved ones!
Following our hard work, guests will be welcome to enjoy a beverage from our bar (not included in ticket price, paid by card only) and schmooze.
ABOUT OUR PARTNERS:
The Wandering Chew is a women-led not-for-profit based in Montreal whose mission is to share the diversity of Jewish stories through food. Kat Romanow is a Jewish food historian, cook, and writer. She has a MA in Judaic studies and food studies, and is the co-founder of The Wandering Chew. She leads cooking workshops and demonstrations across North America, and her writing and recipes can be found in The Nosher, Tablet Magazine, and CBC Life. She is passionate about using food as a medium to teach people about Jewish culture and history, and hopes to create a more inclusive Jewish community through her work. Follow her on Instagram at @wanderingchew.
MAZON Canada, the Jewish Response to Hunger, is a grassroots community foundation which supports food aid projects all across the country on behalf of the Jewish community, both by providing grants for food and equipment, and by educating and advocating toward effective solutions to end hunger in Canada.