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Israeli Grilling with Michael Solomonov and Eden Grinshpan

Hosted By: 92nd Street Y

Discover the charcoal techniques Chef Michael Solomonov uses to deliver a dish that is lightly charred on the exterior and is cooked through for the most delicious grilled experience.

Superstar chef Michael Solomonov, the five-time James Beard Award winner who has revolutionized the landscape of Israeli food in America and author of Israeli Soul, joins us for a special cooking class from the rooftop of his charcoal-hot Brooklyn restaurant Laser Wolf. Joined by Top Chef Canada host and cookbook author Eden Grinshpan, they teach you how to make two of the signature dishes of this wildly popular “shipudiya” or “skewer house”: the fabulous beef/lamb kebabs and chicken shishlik.

Solomonov invites you into the vibrant, amazing cuisine of his heritage, sharing the personal approach that earned his Philadelphia fine dining destination Zahav a 2019 James Beard Award for best restaurant in America. He and Grinshpan invite questions as they cook from Laser Wolf’s rooftop with its amazing views of the Manhattan skyline. And they share the secrets behind perfect charcoal grilling – and a time-honored technique that blends cooking, ritual, and passion and delivers results like no other.

Participants will receive the recipes with registration and be able to ask questions and interact with the speakers as well as access a recording of the demonstration for later viewing.

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