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Sunday, November 20, 2022
11:30 AM EST - 1:00 PM EST

Cooking2Gether for Hanukkah with Yaarit Stern

Virtual Event


As the war in Israel continues, we recognize the importance of having a safe space to gather and would like to invite our community to our upcoming events.

Meet new friends as Partnership2Gether and our leading chef, Ya'arit Stern, take us through cooking Sfenj, a North African dish.

Join Partnership2Gether for this exciting cooking event! Our leading chef, Ya’arit Stern, will lead us through the cooking process of Sfenj, a North African dish. The recipe and ingredients are coming soon!

A woman leaning on a table staring at a plate of food she cooked. She is wearing an apron and smiling.Chef Ya’arit Stern is from Moreshet, a small community in the Misgav region, part of our Partnership2Gether region in Israel. Ya’arit studied pastry baking at Estella’s in Tel Aviv. She followed her dream to open her own business with the opening of a shop where she teaches how to make many delicious sweets including tortes, cookies, and different kinds of breads—all made by hand with lots of love!

Recipe and Ingredients can be found here. 


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Debbie Swartz

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