Evening W/Yotam Ottolenghi & Helen Goh: Celebrate A Sweet Sukkot

Things to do Egyptian Theater , Broadway Thursday October 5 2017
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Evening W/Yotam Ottolenghi & Helen Goh: Celebrate A Sweet Sukkot
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Seattle Jewish Film Festival says
Update 6/16: This event is now SOLD OUT. Thank you to eveyone who bought tickets! For info about Ottolenghi's tour visit http://www.ottolenghi.co.uk/blog/sweettour/
Tickets: $45 General (includes general admission seat and signed copy of $35 book) SOLD OUT!!

Ottolenghi fans rejoice--he is finally coming to Seattle! Book Larder: A Community Cookbook Store and Stroum Jewish Community Center of Greater Seattle welcome Yotam Ottolenghi and Helen Goh to the SIFF Cinema Egyptian as we celebrate their new book, SWEET. Please come celebrate a sweet Sukkot with us! When Ottolenghi started out in the world of cooking, he says he was “firmly on the sweet side. I trained in patisserie, and my first job in the kitchen was as a pastry chef.” Known for his inventive, vibrant savory and vegetarian dishes, as well as his London delis and fine-dining restaurant, NOPI, Ottolenghi found a sweet collaborator in Australian pastry chef Helen Goh, Ottolenghi's head of product development. Now they are sharing Ottlenghi's secrets, creating 120 recipes for making the very best baked goods, desserts, and confections in SWEET.

Yotam and Helen will be in conversation with the The Seattle Times' Rebekah Denn, sharing stories of their culinary backgrounds and unique partnership. Rachael Coyle and the team at Coyle's Bakeshop will have a selection of treats from SWEET on hand for purchase that evening, so you can try the book's flavors right away. And you'll take home a signed copy of SWEET, included with the event ticket.

Doors for the talk will open at 6:45pm, and additional signed copies of SWEET as well as other Ottolenghi cookbooks (including Jerusalem and Plenty) will be available for purchase so you can get a jump on your holiday shopping. Join us for an evening of SWEET conversation with the most some of the most fascinating voices in food today.

Tickets are non-refundable. #EatSweet

Oct. 5 is the first day of Sukkot, a joyous autumnal harvest holiday celebrating food and eating together outdoors. Join the Stroum JCC in the theater lobby where we will have a "sukkah" (Hebrew for dwelling) that folks eat in during the holiday and pick up lots of fun recipes to take home.
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By: Seattle Jewish Film Festival

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Address: 805 E Pine Street
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