Boka Dulse Cooking Classes
Do you want me to come teach cooking and food history classes at your synagogue? Please fill out some questions below so I can learn a little more about you, your shul, and what you all would like to learn about. Once I receive your submitted form and contact information, I'll follow up with you directly so we can plan a lesson!
In a couple of sentences, tell me why you would like me to come teach at your synagogue.
Are you interested in just Sephardic food and food history or general Jewish food history?
Sephardic and Ashkenazi
All of the different Jewish diasporic cultures (Sephardic, Ashkenazi, Mizrachi, Yemeni, Indian, Ethiopian, etc.)
Customizable: a combination of the different diasporic communities (for instance Sephardic, Mizrachi, and Ethiopian)
How many classes do you want me to teach?
Two to four
Five or more
Do you want more time dedicated to cooking or to learning about Jewish food history?
More history and discussion
A nice mix of the two
Please describe for me your congregation. Make sure to include information about the religious and cultural background of your synagogue, who's inviting me, and what is most interesting to you to learn. (Remember, there are no wrong answers, just want to get to know you so I can tailor the courses to your needs, so please include as much information as you can!)
Around when would you want me to come? (Of course, I'll be following up directly to settle on concrete dates later, I just want to be mindful of your timing.)
How did you hear about these classes?
Saw it on your blog
Heard about it from a friend
Saw it on social media
What are you hoping to get out of this experience? For instance: greater knowledge about Jewish food history, a hands-on cooking experience, etc.
Who should I follow up with? Please give me the name and contact information of who I should be in touch with.
Send me a copy of my responses.
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