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Join The Nosher’s Poppy Seed Purim Cooking Class

Join The Nosher for an evening with Israeli chef and food writer Vered Guttman on Monday, March 7th at 7:30 pm ET. Guttman will teach participants how to make three different poppy seed filled treats for Purim (or anytime!): a Hungarian poppy noodle dish, poppy seed apple cake and Israeli-style poppy seed cookies.

It’s free to join — just sign up here. We can’t wait to see you and learn these three delicious poppy seed recipes together.

To learn more about how poppy seeds became the “chosen” flavor for Purim, click here.

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