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Photographer:Noffar GatKubbeh at the Kubbeh Project
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Photographer:Noffar GatSabich at the Kubbeh Project
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Photographer:Noffar GatVegetables at the Kubbeh Project
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Photographer:Noffar GatChallah at the Kubbeh Project
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Photographer:Noffar GatSambusak at the Kubbeh Project
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Photograph: Noffar GatThe Kubbeh Project

The Feed first look: The Kubbeh Project

Zucker Bakery transforms nightly into a Jewish-Iraqi eatery, dishing up Shabbat staples March 1–22.

By Christina Izzo
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From March 1st through 21st, Zucker Bakery transforms nightly into a Jewish-Iraqi eatery, dishing out Middle Eastern staples—like the namesake kubbeh (torpedo-shaped bulgur dumplings)—from 6pm until the kubbeh soup pots are scraped to the bottom. The brainchild of Tel Aviv chef Itamar Lewensohn and Naama Shefi (freelance food writer for The Jewish Daily Forward), the pop-up evokes the Iraqi section of Jerusalem's Mahane Yehuda Market with soul-warming fare. On Friday nights, the space will host special Shabbat dinners, featuring dishes like spicy fish balls, deconstructed sabich (fried eggplant sandwiches) and Zucker's pistachio-and-date cookies, as well as Israeli wines and cocktails, such as arrack-spiked pomelo juice with mint. 433 E 9th St between First Ave and Ave A (646–450-7034)

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