PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS PROGRAM IS BEING POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE (TBD).
Please join us to decorate the Vilna's two sukkot on the front plaza!
Celebrate Sukkot by sampling and learning to cook some harvest-themed desserts! Chef/Owner Samantha Cohen from The Sababa Kitchen will infuse this culinary demonstration with stories from her past and present. Everyfood has a background and story to tell. Throughout the program, you will have the opportunity to taste, talk and experience history through food.
Samantha Cohen is a Mexican Jew who uses food to tell stories. Her goal is to share her knowledge about food and its origins with her neighbors, so she started The Sababa Kitchen. The word sababa means “cool” or “great” in Hebrew. It’s a slang word that has become mainstream in Israel. It’s meant to show enthusiasm for a subject – like food and its rich history – which is pretty sababa. Check out her blog here!
Come early and help decorate the Vilna's sukkah! Arts and crafts materials provided.