Tag Archives: Vegetarian

Winter 2016 Classes and Presentations

Classes and presentations:

A handful of kids participated in the Taste of Morocco at the Newport Beach Central Library. Future chefs aged 5 to 11 learned how make a Moroccan carrot salad, couscous with buttermilk and a watermelon and smoothie. https://www.nbplfoundation.org/content/Making-Memories-for-Children.html

YOU ARE INVITED (reservations needed)

Let’s Party at Le Creuset Outlet Store in Carlsbad!

Friday, November 18. 6:30-8:00PM.

A Special evening for Le Creuset VIPs and guests.

Le Creuset, Carlsbad Company Stores

5600 Paseo del Norte, Suite 125

Carlsbad, CA , 92008

Phone: (760)931-6868

Free and open to the public. Reservations a must. Demonstration and sampling of Moroccan “tapas, food entertainment and prizes. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY! Prizes! Entertainment! CALL NOW TO RESERVE A SPACE!!

Saturday, November 19th. 10:30AM to noon.

Central Library, 330 Park Blvd, San Diego.

Info at www.CulinaryHistoriansofSanDiego.com

The Edible Gold Rush, featuring Ernest Miller, who will explain how the fruit industry brought lasting prosperity. Miller is a chef, historian, educator, consultant and speaker who teaches throughout Southern California.

 

Thursday, December 8th. 7PM

A Vegetarian Holiday Meal from Morocco

The Spice Way

Intimate classes, space is limited

Debbie Kornberg

(858) 967-1364

260-B N. El Camino Real Encinitas, CA 92024

Info at dkdspices@gmail.com

 

Reviews are in!

April 1, 2010

A Biblical Feast gets a mention in the La Jolla Light (La Jolla, CA) newspaper

March 2010:

The recipe for Honey-Almond stuffed dates from A Biblical Feast, was published in the Thursday, March 11, 2010 Food Section  of the Minneapolis Star Tribune

A Biblical Feast gets a mention in the newsletter Jewish Vegetarians of North America

February 2010:

A Biblical Feast is making its way into stores across California, and the Midwest.

The latest review was just posted on the site, Alternet-org under the heading, FOOD. This unusual site features offbeat analysis on a variety of subjects, including:

 The Newest Diet Trend: What Would Jesus Eat?

http://www.alternet.org/food/145539/the_newest_diet_trend:_what_would_jesus_eat/?

Let’s hope A Biblical Feast contains the answer!