A Taste of Israel Cooking Class
Tuesday, February 25, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Due to inclement weather, A Taste of Israel cooking class has been cancelled for January 28, 2014.
It is rescheduled for Tuesday, Feb 25th. Same menu. Same location. Please note that the rescheduled class will be with Cyndi Sterne, and not Avi Bitton. Cyndi is the proprietor of Hal's Kitchen and a Cooking School Instructor. She has also worked as Director of Youth and Family Programming for the Marcus Jewish Community Center in Atlanta.
Menu includes red tuna salad, veal fillet stuffed with nuts, and rose mousse. These are Chef Avi Bitton's original recipes.
Chef, restauranteur and author, Avi Bitton is visiting from Tel Aviv, Israel. Bitton started working in the restaurant business at 14 years of age, and went on to open rrestaurants - Bucharest (Romanian inspired), Adora (named 10 best restaurants in Israel), Chill (chic bar on Tel Aviv's famous Dizengoff Street), and Mercado (Kosher restaurant on the top floor of the highest building in Tel Aviv). Bitton is now one of Israel's top celebrity chefs. Bitton hosts two shows on Israel's main TV networks called "A Maximum of 24" and "Global Kitchen." He is also a frequent host on various programs on Israel's Food Channel. Bitton is author of the books - My son and my father cook and Tell Chicken.
Presented by Go Eat Give and Hal's Kitchen. Co-sponsored by The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival.
Full refund up until 24 hours prior to the event.
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Go Eat Give
Go Eat Give is an Atlanta based nonprofit that encourages people to learn about different cultures through food, travel and community service. We host monthly "destination" events where you can experience the cuisine and culture of a far off land; volunteer vacation trips around the world; and lots of fun articles on our web site.