Food Festival, new Ladino music CD….


A reminder about the Sephardic Food Festival taking place next Sunday, January 31, 2010 at Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel.  Culinary treats in the Sephardic tradition from Cuba, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Morocco, Rhodes, Salonika, and Turkey…..(all under Rabbinical supervision).    $25/person   It is always a fun day to eat, visit and echar lashon!!!   (catch up on the news of the day!)

Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel

10500 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood, CA

Doors open at 3 p.m

for more information:  STTI   310-475-7000   or check this link:   http://www.sephardictemple.org/PDF/01-31-10.pdf

New Music CD

One of my favorite Hazzans is Isaac Azose, Hazzan Emeritus of the Ezra Bessaroth Congregation in Seattle, Washgington. He has recorded a new CD of Sephardic Romansas and folksongs titled “Ladino Reflections”.

Two discs, with a total of 34 songs, including:  Pasharo D’ermozura, Durme Durme, Morenika, La Vida Do Por El Raki…a virtual hit parade of Sephardic favorites!!!    ( I know…you’re beginning to hum each song as you read the titles!!)   I’ve order a few copies…..perhaps you will, too!!!

Order today from his website: http://www.isaacazose.com/LadinoReflections.html

Cooking!!!!

Tomorrow, we begin cooking at STTI for the Sepahrdic Food Festival next Sunday.  Looking forward to posting recipes and step-by-step guides from our master chefs!!!!

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Wishes for a good week…semana buena!!!

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