ALL Kol Hadash members are invited to bring a memorable family recipe -- from any generation and from ANY culture -- to share with everyone. You will share the history of this cherished recipe while adults and students enjoy a small portion of your dish. A delicious way to learn about each other’s traditions! Recipes will be distributed so others can have a chance to make it, too. We’ll also have an all-ages, hands-on community service project benefitting the soup kitchen at St. James Church.
Thank YOU for being a part of one of our most-anticipated annual events: Taste of Kol Hadash.
DETAILS:-Your recipe should provide 90 bite-size portions (a 9x13 dish is sufficient). Recipes need not be Jewish or heirloom -- just a family favorite! And, you can definitely make the same dish as last year.
-There will be about 10-15 tables in total, so just a sample from each recipe will do. As students and members taste your dish, you will briefly explain its origin and significance to your family (again, it can just be a most-requested family favorite dish!).
-Recipes cannot contain peanuts, almonds, tree nuts of any kind or sesame seeds due to allergies. Gluten-free recipes are welcome.
-We will portion out recipes during the event setup at 9:30am. Please bring a knife, serving spoon, etc as needed for your dish (we'll have food-handling gloves). We will provide 3 oz plastic cups for these bite-size portions and attendees will get plastic spoons.
-We will be at tables in the cafeteria, and, we will not have access to a kitchen (either during setup or the event). If your dish needs to stay warm, please bring a crockpot and extension cord.
-Recipes will be distributed at the event. Please email your recipe to Ilana Shaffer at youthed@KolHadash.com