Our good friend, Tal Cohen of Ba-Li Cravings will be catering the Temple Beth-El annual sisterhood lunch event. Tal is a superb, mouthwatering cook and an outstanding baker; the lunch ladies are in for a gastronomic treat.
Check out Tal’s challah club (highly sought after) and feast your eyes on photos of her fabulous creations on Facebook. She always uses fresh ingredients including unique Israeli ingredients that give everything a touch of magical Israeli je ne sais quoi. Tal also is very generous and often shares recipes on her blog so you can have your own go at making her yummy concoctions.
Photo: Ba-Li cravings from a May 2014 event catered at Cornell
Contact Tal at 607-229-2214
Check out Ba-Li Cravings on Facebook: Ba-Li Cravings
and follow her blog Balicravings.wordpress.com.
You’ve heard of a wine and cheese tasting, now Sisterhood of Temple Beth-El invites you to a wine and charoset tasting!
This super fun event will take place this coming Sunday March 30th 3-5PM. The sommelier of the event will be local wine expert David Sparrow of Sparrows Fine Wines of Ithaca, New York.
Selected Kosher for Pesach wines will be presented together with a variety of charoset recipes prepared by Sisterhood of Temple Beth-El members.
Tickets are $10 and can be obtained at http://tbeithaca.org/wine-tasting/ or by calling the Temple office 273-5775.
Vineyard in the Ela valley, Israel. Picture credit Yehoshua Halevi for the Jerusalem Post
Unable to take advantage of the wonderful TBE book fair last Sunday?
Book buying opportunities that benefit Sisterhood are ongoing until November 23rd.
This covers sales on ALL BOOKS or ANYTHING ELSE sold on-line at Barnes and Noble.
Free shipping on all orders over $25.
Visit http://www.barnesandnoble.com/bookfairs/ using bookfair ID 11194917 at checkout.
A simple meal between friends
Joni Spielholz, the organizer, will be providing a hearty parve bean & vegetable soup, bread and butter. Attendees are asked to bring salads and side-dishes, or spreads such as hummus, fruit and desserts.
This dairy meal will be preceded by Kiddish and Hamotzi at 5:30 PM.
All Temple members are welcome.
It would be helpful to RSVP to Joni so she knows how much soup to make!