Saturday, November 11
Houston Connect 68: Exclusively for 6-8 graders
Chopped: Matzo Wars program
Michelin-trained and private culinary chef David Kirschner is a co-author of Matzo: 35 Recipes for Passover and All Year Long.
He and Michele (Mikie) Streit Heilbrun, co-owner of Streit’s Matzos (the 90-year-old fine Kosher food company), partnered to share some classic and some new Passover recipes revolving around the primary staple: matzo.
Recipes such as Matzo Granola and Matzo Tiramisu can be found inside the new book and promise to have readers craving these recipes year-round.
Maurice Amado Foundation Music Residency and Concert
Tavche Gravche ventures from the bustling streets of New York City to entrance us with its unique sound. Playing a combination of Macedonian and Mediterranean melodies, this eclectic group gives off a traditional, yet original vibe that will make you want to get up and dance.
The trio includes Macedonian-born clarinetist Vasko Dukovski, Israeli-born guitarist Dan Nadel, and Israeli Jazz bassist Daniel Ori. The performers take advantage of their unique blend of cultural backgrounds to create an entirely new auditory adventure.
Underwritten by The Maurice Amado Foundation
$20 Member | $30 Public
After the Concert...
Join us in the Bookstore after the concert to enjoy a reception featuring delicacies from this new cookbook from members of Sephardic Temple Or Chadash Sisterhood in Los Angeles.
Artichokes and pomegranates, cardamom and cinnamon, a multitude of ways to make rice, and an abundance of sweet desserts. Tasty recipes appear along with stories that contain the foods and flavors of the greater Sephardic world.