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Tradition Kitchens: Hamentashen Class with Debbie from Red Spoon Bakery

Tradition Kitchens: Hamentashen Class with Debbie from Red Spoon Bakery
Feb 15 2021 | 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Tradition Kitchens: Hamentashen Class with Debbie from Red Spoon Bakery

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Tradition Kitchens: Hamentashen Class

with Debbie from Red Spoon Bakery

Mon, February 15, 2021

7:30 PM – 8:30 PM EST

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With Purim approaching, we'll learn to make these classic triangle cookies which carry deep Jewish symbolism.

We are so excited to welcome back Debbie Lewis as our teacher, who grew up in the back of her mom’s chocolate shop in Cleveland. She grew up on the Jewish classics, like bagels and knishes. As a teen she traveled to Israel, which sparked her passion and curiosity for the foods of the Middle East. She’s known in Atlanta for teaching kids' cooking classes. She is the Founder of Red Spoon Bakery and leads team building through cooking experiences along with the children’s cooking classes.

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