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Toffee Matzah Crunch with Carol

Toffee Matzah Crunch with Carol
Dec 03 2020 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Toffee Matzah Crunch with Carol

Virtual Cooking Class at The Breman

Toffee Matzah Crunch with Carol 

WHEN: Dec 03 | 7 pm 


COST: Free | RSVP Here

Join Tradition Kitchens and The Breman Museum on Thursday, December 3rd at 7:00 PM to learn from Carol Nemo as she teaches us how to make her delicious Toffee Matzah Crunch-- a winter holiday treat inspired by tradition!

As a long time community activist, Carol Nemo understands the value of service and giving back to the community. She is the co-founder of the Davis Academy and a member of the Founding Board at the Weber School. Carol has also been a member of the Board on a variety of meaningful organizations, including the ADL, AJC, VP Bureau of Jewish Education and more.

Carol Nemo has been married to her husband, Bob Nemo, for 61 years, with two amazing children and two fabulous grandchildren. As such a strong leader in serving the community, how better to give back than to serve up delicious Toffee Matzah Crunch and share the story behind the dish? In partnership with The Breman Museum, Tradition Kitchens welcomes you to join us on December 3rd at 7:00 PM to learn from Carol and make a bite of her famous “Moses Cookies” for yourself!

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