Once upon a time there were Jewish delicatessens all around New Haven, but they have nearly all vanished. What happened? Find out on a special zoom presentation called Legend of the Deli by eXtreme nosher, author & historian Colin M. Caplan this Sunday at 4pm EST. $20/screen goes to our sponsor Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven
Sign up for author & historian Colin M. Caplan’s zoom talk this Sunday 4/20 @ 4PM EST titled Legend of the Deli, a history & taste of this once predominate venue in New Haven. The project is sponsored by & proceeds go to Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven.
Tickets Here: https://tasteofnewhaven.com/tours/legend-of-the-deli/
Celebrating Israel today! Come get your "Israel in a bag", a special treat from PJ Library of Greater New Haven and community partners for Yom Ha'atzmaut. Thank you to Ezra Academy, BEKI: Beth El – Keser Israel, Burial & Free Loan of New Haven, CT, Temple Beth Sholom, Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven, and Temple Emanuel of Greater New Haven.
The story of the bagel becoming American starts in Lublin Poland, has its formative years in New Haven Connecticut, & ends with the worlds largest bagel factory in Mattoon Illinois! Join author historian & food guy Colin M Caplan this Sunday for Lender’s Bagels History zoom fully illustrated presentation!
$10/screen, % goes to Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven
Special guest q&a Marvin Lender.
Murray Lender, son of Polish Jewish immigrant Harry Lender, graduating Hillhouse High in 1948 & then 10 years later in his family’s backyard bagel factory in the Hill neighborhood. Growing up in New Haven Murray was inspired by how pizza had become popular & accepted so while building the world’s largest bagel company he made it his goal to elevate the bagel to become an American staple food as it is today!
Join historian, author & professor Colin M. Caplan on this amazing journey of Lender’s Bagels History zoom presentation.
-Sunday March 7 4 pm ET
-$10/screen 90 min
-% of proceeds goes to Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven
-Q&A with Marvin Lender
Sign up here: tasteofnewhaven.com
Hear the story of how one family grew their backyard bagel bakery into the largest bagel business in the world. Lenders Bagels History tells the story of this Polish Jewish immigrant family & their American story of success, humor, generosity and lots of bagel noshing!
Sunday March 7 @ 4 pm ET
1hr +Q&A with Marvin Lender
% of proceeds supports Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven
Tonight, another live online talk about The Dairy Restaurant:
Cohn-Haddow Center, Detroit
April 2 at 7PM
Join on computer: https://zoom.us/j/169222403
Zoom app: Meeting ID: 169 222 403
JUST IN TIME FOR : The Sisterhood - Temple Beth Hillel - South Windsor, CT presents a special evening with renowned Chef Jeffrey Yoskowitz, author of "he Gefilte Manifesto; New Recipes for Old World Jewish Foods" Cookbook. Chef Yoskowitz is coming to Temple Beth Hillel, South Windsor CT on SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15 at 7 p.m., presenting “Back to the Old Country: The Jewish Food Renaissance.”
Everyone of every faith is invited!
Advance tickets are $7 at www.jhsgh.org/jeffrey-yoskowitz-cookbook-lecture
OR call the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford at 860-727-6170.
Tickets at the door are $10. Refreshments.
Co-sponsored by the Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven & The Jewish Hartford European Roots Project.
Learn about Chef Yoskowitz at http://www.jeffreyyoskowitz.com/
Great event Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven! 👏👏