“The pursuit of knowledge for its own sake, an almost fanatical love of justice and the desire for personal independence, these are the features of the Jewish tradition which make me thank my stars that I belong to it.” - Albert Einstein
A Taste of Israel
Rosh Hashanah Culinary Workshop
with Galya Sarner
On the occasion of the Jewish New Year, Canadian Forum of Russian-Speaking Jewry and Israeli-Canadian culinary maven Galya Sarner are offering a special cooking workshop featuring Israeli-Mediterranean cuisine. It will include the following tasty Israeli treats:
Born in Jerusalem, Galya Sarner is an Israeli food expert and the founder of Galya Loves Food, a Toronto-based start-up specializing in Israeli culinary treats. At a young age, while growing up in Jerusalem, she began cooking with her mother as she developed an insatiable interest in culinary matters. Today, after having refined her gastronomic skills in Paris, Galya shares her passion for and expertise in Israeli food with a growing number of people in Toronto through her culinary workshops, catering and Galya Loves Food
Wednesday, September 21, 2022 at 7:00 pm
at 909 Alness Street, North York, M3J 2J1
Register online: https://crjforum.org
$30 per person (spaces are limited)
- Israeli music
- Kosher snacks
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9699 Bathurst St, Maple
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*no experience required
- Reading the Megillah which recounts the story of the Purim miracle. This is done once on the eve of Purim and again the following day.
- Giving monetary gifts to at least two poor people.
- Sending gifts of two kinds of food to at least one person.
- A festive Purim feast, which often includes wine or other intoxicating beverages.