Pre-Passover Cooking Class with NYTimes Best Selling Cookbook Author, Julia Turshen
Monday, April 4 at 7:30 PM on Zoom
Join Chef Julia Turshen to spice up your Passover Seders and meals. We’ll send you a list of ingredients you need for this class. Julia’s latest book Simply Julia is a National Bestseller. She has written for multiple publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Vogue, and more. She is the founder of Equity At The Table (EATT), an inclusive digital directory of women/non-binary individuals in food, and the host and producer of the podcast Keep Calm and Cook On. She sits on the Kitchen Cabinet Advisory Board for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and is a member of God’s Love We Deliver’s Culinary Council.
Add Some Social Justice to Your Seder Plate!
Thursday, April 7
The Passover Seder is timeless. But how can we make it timely? How can we infuse an ancient ritual in order to engage the social justice warrior and the news junkie? We will look at a variety of haggadot and readings that will make the seder even more meaningful by addressing the pressing issues of our day.
Sisterhood Intergenerational Seder
Sunday, April 10
Please Join Us for An Intergenerational Womens’ Seder” Led by Women for Women”. Moms, Grandmas, Sisters, Daughters. The evening will be delicious catered by Deli King of Clark.
Looking for a place to go this Passover? Want to host a family?
Everyone should have a place to go for Seder. If you would like to be hosted or to host, please contact Laurie Zinberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 908-858-6179.
Selling of the Chametz
The practice of selling chametz (leavened products) arose out of a desire to fulfill in detail the Torah’s requirement of having no chametz in one’s possession during Passover.
This transaction will be in effect for the duration of Pesach, which this year begins at sundown on Friday, April 15, 2022.