In Conversation with Ligaya Figueras, Senior Editor, Food and Dining, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
In her expansive new cookbook, Einat Admony acclaimed chef/owner of New York City’s popular Balaboosta, Kish-Kash, and Taim restaurants, captures the energy and spirit of the shuks and the deliciousness of the recipes that reveal why Israeli cuisine has emerged as one of America’s most popular. Admony’s childhood spent in Tel Aviv and her Middle Eastern heritage inform each authentic dish—from Persian rice platters and Moroccan tagines to Levantine spreads and the rare, hand-rolled couscous of North Africa. The recipes will appeal to home cooks looking to recreate their favorite dishes at home and the gorgeous photos, informative headnotes, and market profiles will fascinate anyone who values the context of cultural history.
Lunch featuring recipes from the book will be served. Seating is limited so please reserve your tickets early. This event is not included with the Series Pass or certain Patron levels.
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