Faith Kramer in a Virtual Jewish Book Council Author Talk about "52 Shabbats"
Thursday, December 8 at 7pm on Zoom
Free and open to the public
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMpc--oqDMqH9fQs6kwYovfnycjaANIjtPZ
Books available from Eight Cousins Bookshop in Falmouth: https://www.eightcousins.com
FJC and the Worcester JCC invite you to this virtual Jewish Book Council talk by Faith Kramer. Whether you are an experienced cook or a novice, a Jew or just curious about Jewish cooking, 52 Shabbats invites everyone how Jews honor Shabbat with a special meal on Friday evenings. It has more than 90 modern recipes (including many vegetarian options) that add flavor and meaning to the Shabbat or holiday table. 52 Shabbats can be your guide if you have ever thought about starting, sharing, or expanding your celebration of Shabbat, or just adding to your Jewish food repertoire. The book’s many essays and stories also explore Shabbat traditions, the Jewish calendar, and the symbolism of foods in Judaism, offer descriptions of Jewish communities around the world, and investigate the global Jewish pantry. Kramer’s cookbook won gold in the Foreword Reviews Indies Book Award for 2021 in the cookbook category.
Faith Kramer learned to love Shabbat from her grandmother, who was a terrible cook, and how to improvise recipes from her mother, who was a fearless one. Kramer is cooking columnist for j., the Jewish News of Northern California, and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.