Festival Food a Plenty

Who can resist?

Ever crave that special flavor you remember from childhood?

It’s in Boulder on June 6 at the annual Boulder Jewish Festival! Support local businesses by planning on a great meal at the Festival this year.

Here are 10 featured foods at this year’s event:

  1. Potato, veggie, kasha, and meat knishes from the deli
  2. Blintzes and potato latkes like grandma made
  3. Kosher smoothies
  4. Kosher hot dogs and hamburgers
  5. Kosher noodle kugel just like bubbe made
  6. Corn beef and pastrami sandwiches on real rye, flown in just for the day
  7. Lamb, chicken and tofu kabobs
  8. Gyro wraps
  9. Falafel just like in Israel
  10. Locally-made ice cream

We are working with our local foodies for a zero-waste event! To help work off that meal and further reduce your carbon footprint, you can bike to the Festival this year and Community Cycles will valet your bike in the first-ever Boulder Jewish Festival Bike Garage.  For more details and other Festival news, visit BoulderJewishFestival.org.

Still have energy? Want to help out on the day of event? Join the Festival Meetup Group for volunteers. See you on June 6!

Many thanks to this year’s Festival sponsors:


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About Cheryl Fellows

I am living happily ever after in Boulder with David, proud mom of Lauren and Ethan, guardian of Cookie and Finnegan, blessed with family and friends and a great community.

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