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Register in advance. Join local food experts Liz Rueven and Elise Meyer in conversation with cookbook authors Elisa Spungen Bildner and Robert Bildner to discuss the true meaning of eating and buying local and how it reflects our core Jewish values.
Together, we’ll journey through the recipes of the regional farms and learn how The Berkshire Farm Table Cookbook paints a vivid portrait of the connections between the wellness of the earth and the food we eat.
Liz Rueven is a Connecticut food blogger with 18k followers reading her seasonal snippets, Jewish holiday inspiration, and drool-worthy recipes. She mixes it up with stories about producers and small businesses she supports, cookbooks that make us want to stay in the kitchen, and adventures at farmers’ markets everywhere she visits. Find her at her website www.kosherlikeme.com and on Instagram @kosherlikeme
Passionate about travel, cuisine, gardening, design, art, and family life, Elise Meyer writes a cooking and entertaining blog, Much Ado About Stuffing, with easy-to-follow, flexible recipes featuring seasonal ingredients and timely menus. A former travel editor for Avenue Magazine, she is also a freelance travel writer with extensive experience in Europe and the Caribbean, contributing to major publications including Fodor's.
*Zoom link will be provided upon registration.