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Announcing: Village SCHMALTZY

Announcing: Village SCHMALTZY

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Village Schmaltzy: 5 dishes. 5 stories. So Jewish.
Monday, November 6th, 7pm — 9pm
Salmugundi Club
47 5th Ave, New York, NY 10003

Join the Jewish Food Society for Schmaltzy, an evening of storytelling that combines two of our favorite pastimes: kibbitzing and eating. It’s kind of like The Moth, but with pastrami egg rolls.

We’re teaming up with the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation to feature a lineup of poets, chefs, and food mavens that live, work, and create in the Village. Hear the tales behind the recipes, then eat the food they made you crave. Space is limited, get your tickets here and see the full lineup of talent below.

Emceed by Mitchell Davis of the James Beard Foundation (and a certified matzo ball king) — plus, longtime Village resident Mimi Sheraton will make an appearance.

Spiels and noshes by:

Nir Mesika, chef-owner of Timna Restaurant
Spiel: When a grandmother’s memory inspired a hit restaurant
Nosh: Egyptian Sofrito

Marissa Lippert, owner of Nourish Kitchen + Table
Spiel: From the Bronx to Virginia to the Village: The cake that keeps on giving
Nosh: Apple Kuchen

Ed Schoenfeld, Red Farm
Spiel: How cooking for a family of 25 trained a future restaurant king
Nosh: Pastrami Egg Rolls

Stacey Harwood-Lehman, editor, Best American Poetry
Spiel: The case for cooking and kasha in times of crisis
Nosh: Kasha Varnishkes

Zohar Zohar, Zucker Bakery
Spiel: Finding identity and a bakery in a post-Kibbutz world
Nosh: Clove Rugelach

"Village" Cocktail by Gabriel Stulman of Happy Cooking Hospitality

Live-drawing by Flash Rosenberg

A Quintessential Persian Stew

A Quintessential Persian Stew

Maheen's Persian Herbed Omelette

Maheen's Persian Herbed Omelette