Jewish food fair will assess ‘who makes the best bagel?’
POWAY, California (Press Release)–Organizers say the 2nd Annual San Diego Jewish Food Festival will feature “delicious Jewish cuisine, fabulous music and entertainment, a shopping bazaar filled with Israeli & Judaic art and plenty of activities for children.”
It will take place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 17, on the campus of Temple Adat Shalom, 15905 Pomerado Road, Poway. Admission at the door is $3.00 for adults and free for children 12 and under. Pre-registration and discount tickets are available on-line at www.sdJewishFoodFest.com for $2.00 per person plus $2.00 worth of free food.
Last year’s event brought 1500 people from around the community.
“The day will be filled with fun activities, unique performances and most of all a festive celebration featuring some of the world’s more exquisite Jewish food,” said Hannah Cohen, Festival chair.
“The event will showcase many mouth-watering delights from around the world including Israeli and middle eastern cuisine, tantalizing corned beef sandwiches, a wide array of traditional holiday food such as latkes, blintzes, kugel and popular deli menu items including knishes, gefilte fish, chopped liver, and falafel. This year’s event will have a bagel judging contest, where attendees will have the opportunity to vote on San Diego’s best bagel,” committtee member Lori Mathios reported.
The entertainment lineup will include a comedy set, Israeli Folk Dancing, local vocalists, an adult choir and a concert featuring the Simchat Shabbat Band. To learn more about the 2nd Annual San Diego Jewish Food Festival or to pre-register, visit www.sdJewishFoodFest.com or call 858-451-1200.
Preceding based on material provided by Temple Adat Shalom