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Sunday, February 14 • 12:00pm - 1:15pm
A Jewish Melting Pot at the Crossroads of the World: The Cuisine of Georgia

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Georgian Jewish cuisine is among the most diverse in the world. Influenced by the Silk Road, Russia, Turkey and the Mediterranean as well as the diverse bounty of the Georgian countryside itself, this cuisine is rustic yet refined-- and always interesting. This workshop will emphasize khachapuri, a traditional Georgian cheese pizza, which is now a popular Israeli brunch dish.


Ana Empremashvili

Ana Empremashvili is the owner and general manager of Marani, a Georgian Glatt Kosher restaurant in Rego Park, Queens. Marani is unique in that it has two kitchens: the bakery downstairs serves dairy and the famous Georgian dish, khachapuri. While upstairs, the kitchen prepares meats for Georgian delicacies such as chakapuli or khinkali. Ana was born in Georgia, but emigrated to Queens where she opened Marani in order to provide her... Read More →

Sunday February 14, 2016 12:00pm - 1:15pm

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