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North End Kreplach and Ravioli Making

 

Part 3 of the Kitchen Exploration Series:

Dig in and crimp kreplach with chefs Jim Solomon (formerly of The Fireplace) and Avery Perry (Art of Pasta) at this hands-on workshop. Learn to make kreplach and ravioli, the traditional filled dumplings of the Jewish and Italian families who were neighbors in the old North End. Explore the neighborhood’s history with North End tour guide Simona Gilman and hear from Inna Khitrik about her journey to becoming the Boston Public Market’s first Jewish food vendor. Enjoy soup with meat kreplach, vegetarian ravioli (dairy free), and dessert from Inna’s Kitchen.

 

TICKETS

General Admission: $50 before Oct 1 / $55 after Oct 1

$20 with the MoHo discount code 

  

About the Kitchen Exploration Series

JArts presents a new series exploring the role of the Jewish kitchen in the history and culture of Boston. From the West End to the suburbs, Jews and their neighbors have long shopped together and shared recipes. These fusions of food traditions have contributed a special flavor to the rich melting pot that is our great city.  

We’ll explore the connections between ethnicity and identity through food and conversation.

#JewishFood #BostonHistory

Event information

January 28th, 2019
6:00 pm

Tickets

$55

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The Kitchen at Boston Public Market

100 Hanover Street
Boston, MA 02108 United States

Parking Information

The Boston Public Market is located directly above the Haymarket MBTA station (Orange and Green Lines, MBTA bus routes) and three blocks from North Station (Commuter Rail & Amtrak, Orange and Green Lines). Directly above the Market is the Parcel 7 (Haymarket) Parking Garage (entrance on Sudbury Street). Boston Public Market vendors validate parking for Parcel 7, with proof of purchase, for a rate of $3 for up to 3 hours.