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Cook Rosh Hashannah Dinner Using Local Food

img_3646Milk and Honey Farm at the Boulder JCC is putting on cooking and do-it-yourself workshops this fall as part of its Create and Cultivate Workshop Series. The fall series started off with a bang in August, with Jessica Hersh teaching about fermenting vegetables. This Wednesday evening, in time for Rosh Hashannah, Nathan Hirsch, Chef at Made in Nature, will teach a cooking class sharing easy recipes for hosting a “Stress Free and Seasonal Dinner Party.” The recipes and techniques he shares are sure to be an instant hit at your Shabbat or Festival dinner this season.
Come and join your fellow food lovers and enthusiasts at the Boulder JCC this Wednesday evening, 6:30-9 PM. Class is $40 or $33 if you sign up for 3 or more classes in the series. Register here.

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