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Baking Across the Diaspora: A Virtual Cooking Class

Hosted By: Temple Israel of Boston

Join Sara Gardner, culinary historian and all-around lover of bread, for this adventure across the diaspora through baking. We’ll be exploring the diverse culinary traditions that comprise the global Jewish diaspora as we hone our technical baking skills.

Each week, we’ll learn about a different baked good and the corresponding baking technique that makes it so delicious! From phyllo-wrapped to bulemas to versatile safouf to airy babka, we’ll travel to Jewish communities all over the globe, kneading and sampling along the way. Come ready to dig in and get flour-y.

All are welcome – join one class, or all 5! Scholarships available. Contact Brigid Goggin at bgoggin@tisrael.org with questions.

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