Jewish Food & Culture Fest, Kosher BBQ Cook-Off set for Apr 22
February 28, 2018 - bbq set
This year’s Friedman Family Foundation Jewish Food Culture Fest promises to be even bigger.
The event, set for Sunday, Apr 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., will underline a “When Pigs Fly Kosher BBQ Cook-Off” for a initial time. In addition, a festival will applaud a 70th anniversary of a birth of complicated state of Israel.
The event, that will underline music, food, foe and education, will be giveaway and open to a public, with food accessible for purchase.
Proceeds will advantage a Birmingham Jewish Federation, Levite Jewish Community Center, Temple Beth-El, Temple Emanu-El, Chabad of Alabama, and Knesseth Israel, all of that are 501(c)3 organizations.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available.
To register a group for a “When Pigs Fly Kosher BBQ Cook-Off,” hit Jacob Halpern during (205) 369-5151. Team registration is $360 and this includes all meat, griddle and utensils. Registration increases to $460 after Mar 6. All teams contingency be purebred before Mar 27.
For some-more information on a Jewish Food Culture Fest, hit Dan Tourtellotte during email@example.com or Priscilla Denard during firstname.lastname@example.org.