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Joan Nathan talks about French Jewish Cooking Nov. 11

It’s not that long until Hanukkah. Are you trying to think of something to cook instead of those same old latkes? Maybe some inspiration from Joan Nathan, the high priestess (or high maven) of Jewish cooking in America, is in order.

Quiches Kugels and Couscous, by Joan Nathan.

Come hear Nathan talk about the Jewish cooking of France Nov. 11. She will share recipes and stories, and at a reception afterwards, you can sample some of the dishes from the book, titled Quiches, Kugels, and Couscous: My Search for Jewish Cooking in France

What: Talk, book signing and recepetion featuring dishes from the book.

When: Thursday, November 11,

Where: Congregation Rodeph Sholom

7 West 83rd Street (between Central Park West and Columbus)

Time: 6:30 pm Check-in and reception | 7:00 pm Lecture

$25 Culinary Historians of NY/Congregation Rodeph Sholom Members | Fee: $40 Non-Members and Guests |22 CHNY Senior & Student Members

For further information and to buy tickets securely online:

If you want to pay at the door, email Events.

Photo ID is required for entry into the event.

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