Shannon Sarna: A Jewish Year in Food 1 - - Mondays

A Skirball Academy Class

Shannon Sarna

A Jewish Year in Food

There’s no getting around it: Jewish holidays mean food. Lots of it! And not just any food but dishes that tell our stories even as they fill our bellies.

This course will help you prepare those delicacies with greater panache — and to greater plaudits — following the cycle of holidays.

So, don your aprons and prepare to become Jewish holiday culinary mavens.

  • Class 1: Chanukah
    Traditional potato latkes
    Sephardi leek patties
  • Class 2:  Purim
    Hamantaschen
    Roasted chickpeas
  • Class 3: Passover
    Potato kugel
    Syrian cheese & spinach Jibn
  • Class 4: Shavuot
    Blintzes, two ways
  • Class 5: Rosh Hashanah
    Round challah shaping
    Apple tarts
  • Class 6: Sukkot
    Stuffed onions with pomegranate
    Manischewitz sangria

Mondays, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
November 1, 15, 22, 29; December 6, 13

$360 (Includes all ingredients)

OFFERED IN-PERSON

Skirball Academy General Information

The Robert S. and Kimberly K. Kravis Course in Jewish Studies

Shannon Sarna: A Jewish Year in Food 3 - - Mondays

Editor of the food blog The Nosher, Shannon Sarna was born to an Italian mother who loved to bake, a Jewish father who loved to experiment, and had a food chemist grandfather. Her writing and recipes have been featured in Tablet magazine, JTA News and Buzzfeed, among many other publications.

Mondays, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
November 1, 15, 22, 29; December 6, 13

$360 (Includes all ingredients)

There’s no getting around it: Jewish holidays mean food. Lots of it! And not just any food but dishes that tell our stories even as they fill our bellies.

This course will help you prepare those delicacies with greater panache — and to greater plaudits — following the cycle of holidays.

So, don your aprons and prepare to become Jewish holiday culinary mavens.

  • Class 1: Chanukah
    Traditional potato latkes
    Sephardi leek patties
  • Class 2:  Purim
    Hamantaschen
    Roasted chickpeas
  • Class 3: Passover
    Potato kugel
    Syrian cheese & spinach Jibn
  • Class 4: Shavuot
    Blintzes, two ways
  • Class 5: Rosh Hashanah
    Round challah shaping
    Apple tarts
  • Class 6: Sukkot
    Stuffed onions with pomegranate
    Manischewitz sangria

OFFERED IN-PERSON

Skirball Academy General Information

The Robert S. and Kimberly K. Kravis Course in Jewish Studies

Shannon Sarna: A Jewish Year in Food 3 - - Mondays

Editor of the food blog The Nosher, Shannon Sarna was born to an Italian mother who loved to bake, a Jewish father who loved to experiment, and had a food chemist grandfather. Her writing and recipes have been featured in Tablet magazine, JTA News and Buzzfeed, among many other publications.

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