Breads associated with Jewish life and culture range from rye bread and challah to matzah, bagels, pita, wheat pancakes, and more. Learn about these traditional Jewish breads as you bake with Aliza Grayevsky Somekh in this free workshop on Sunday, July 2, 3–4:30pm at Berkeley’s Urban Adamah and on Zoom.
Come to the Urban Adamah kitchen or join on Zoom for a fun learning and baking experience using a taboon (portable clay oven). This free class is part of the Soil to Soul: Agriculture and Jewish Culture series.
Aliza Grayevsky Somekh is the founder and chef at Bishulimsf.com. She grew up in Jerusalem, where she cooked and ate everything the city’s street vendors and markets had to offer. That experience brought her into an intimate familiarity with the region’s culinary collision of flavors and cultures.
Breads of the Jews with Aliza Grayevsky Somekh
Sunday July 2, 3–4:30pm
Urban Adamah, 1151 Sixth St, Berkeley
Info and registration here