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Virtual Seven Species Grazing Board Workshop

Hosted By: The Wandering Chew

Tu B’Shevat celebrations often feature abundant spreads of fruits, nuts, grains, and vegetables. Most often, the seven species of biblical Israel are central to the celebrations and traditionally eaten for the holiday. These seven species include wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives, and dates.

Join The Wandering Chew and Ksenia Prints from At the Immigrant’s Table to celebrate Tu B’Shevat. We’re putting on a seven species grazing board workshop! It’s the perfect treat for daylong noshing in your own home! In this workshop, we will demonstrate how to make roasted grape and goat cheese crostini, olive and fig tapenade, and herbed barley salad with feta & pomegranate. Plus, we will teach you how to assemble a beautiful and abundant board filled with these delicious recipes, and much more!

Once you sign up, you will be sent the Zoom link to access the virtual workshop. The list of the ingredients you’ll need to cook along with us will be included in your confirmation email. The event is pay-what-you-can, with a suggested amount of $18.

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Teachers

Kat Romanow

Kat is a Jewish food historian and the Director of Food Programming at the Museum of Jewish Montreal. She is passionate about using food as a medium to teach people about Jewish culture and history. She created Fletchers – Espace Culinaire, the first Jewish food space of its kind in Montreal where people can come for a meal inspired by the diversity of Jewish food or for one of the many food events that also happen at Fletchers.
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Sydney Warshaw

Sydney is an activist, mother, and Intellectual Property lawyer at Robinson Sheppard Shapiro in Montreal. Her background includes a degree in media and gender studies, work experience in community organizing and criminal justice reform, and academic research in feminism and technology, safe spaces, food law, and developing tools for building alternative legal frameworks that are creative and just. Sydney is passionate about the unique power of food to tell stories that allow us to both question and reaffirm our identities and collectively held truths.
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Gillian Sonin

My name is Ksenia Prints and I am a food blogger and photographer. I love to create unique recipes and capture captivating images of homemade fresh food and products. I also thrive on bringing people together through food - in virtual workshops or in person. I am a mother to junior immigrant Leo and wife to F., who prefers to remain behind the scenes - but you can bet he helps me out by tasting, advising, assembling tripods, and too many things to count.
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Host

Wandering Chew

The Wandering Chew

The Wandering Chew shares the diversity of Jewish stories through food.
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