Get A Taste of Israel with Chefs Alon Shaya and Liliana Myers of Safta

Hear James Beard Award-winning chef Alon Shaya discuss his culinary journey, from Israel to America and back again, while his partner in dine, Safta chef Liliana Myers demonstrates how to make authentic Israeli stuffed grape leaves.

Bring the sweetness and spice of Israel to your kitchen, virtually, vividly. Whether you want to cook along or just listen in, it’s a program so delish you can almost taste it!

Tickets are $50. All proceeds directly support JEWISHcolorado’s Israel Engagement programs. 

Upon registration, you’ll receive an email with the recipe and ingredients for Stuffed Grape Leaves “Dawally.”

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