Harvest Festival & Sukkot with Wise Sons in partnership with JCCSF
Sunday, October 11, 2020, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Grab your knives and bust out your skillet, for CUESA & the JCCSF’s 4th Annual Fall Harvest & Sukkot celebration. Sukkot is a Jewish holiday celebrating the autumn harvest and an opportunity to reconnect with the land.
On October 10, celebrate the harvest by picking up a specially curated CUESA Farmers Market Box, including fresh produce and a fabulous recipe for Fall Vegetable Hash from the new cookbook Eat Something: A Wise Sons Cookbook for Jews Who Like Food and Food Lovers Who Like Jews.
Then on Sunday, October 11, Wise Sons’ Evan Bloom will lead a box-to-brunch cooking demo and share his pro tips on how to handle a butternut squash, turn seasonal ingredients into something delicious, and more! Evan is joined by Eat Something co-author Rachel Levin, for a lively conversation about the role food plays in Jewish life past and present. Whether you’re getting creative in your kitchen, comfy on your couch, or hanging out in your sukkah, share a meal and connect with community because that’s the most satisfying tradition of all.
Order your Fall Harvest Box for pickup next Saturday, October 10, and register here for the online cooking demo with Wise Sons on Sunday, October 11. You’ll be able to add-on a copy of Eat Something and other goodies from Wise Sons.