Sweet Tahini Cooking Class: Celebrating Tu Bishvat with the Bounty of the Holy Land

January 29, 2024 7:00 pm

In-person Only
Fee $40, advanced payment required
 RSVP by Monday, January 22, 2024 to

In ancient times, sweets were created by combining fruits with nuts and wheat with honey, and clusters of raisins and fig cakes were given as reviving foods. These Biblical descriptions of feasts and food ingredients such as pistachios, almonds, tahini, rose water, dates, and semolina, that are native to the holy land, will inspire our Tu Bishvat cooking class menu.

Join our class, in which we will make nuts and seeds crackers (gluten-free), tahini and carob dip, Ma’amouls (dates stuffed cookies), and baked apples with almonds and dried fruits.  

For more information or to sign up for this class, please RSVP to Dani Rader at .