"Passover Virtual Cooking Demo," with Famous Philadelphia-Israeli Chef Michael Solomonov
The James Beard Foundation award-winning chef will demonstrate how to cook the perfect Passover meal, from charoset to mina (a Sephardic pie) with ground beef, cardamom, & coffee, just in time for the holiday—and share the recipes too! All welcome.
- "I hope you will join me for my virtual Passover cooking demonstration! So many of you joined me for last year’s Chanukah demo, and I can’t wait for this next opportunity to cook and schmooze together.
- Register for my event on March 16, where I’ll share my tips for cooking a tasty charoset and more, that will (attempt to) rival your bubbe’s recipe."
- I hope to see you there.
Chef Michael Solomonov
Join us for a FREE virtual Passover cooking demonstration with famed Chef Michael Solomonov!
The James Beard Foundation award-winning chef will demonstrate how to cook the perfect Passover meal, from charoset to mina (a Sephardic pie) with ground beef, cardamom, and coffee, just in time for the holiday—and we’ll share the recipes too!
- Register at URL in confirmation email.
About the Chef Owner of 8 Philadelphia area restaurants, Michael Solomonov (from Wikipedia):
He is an Israeli chef and restaurateur, known for his Philadelphia restaurant, Zahav. He won the James Beard Foundation awards for Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic in 2011, Cookbook of the Year in 2016, and Outstanding Chef in 2017.
Solomonov was born in moshav Ganei Yehuda, Israel, to a family of Bulgarian-Jewish descent. He was raised in Pittsburgh. At the age of 18, he returned to Israel with no Hebrew language skills, taking the only job he could get – working in a bakery – and his culinary career was born.
- Solomonov began cooking Italian cuisine at Vetri in Philadelphia. In 2003, his brother David was killed on Yom Kippur during an Israel Defense Forces military campaign on the border of Lebanon by three enemy snipers, for which he volunteered. Solomonov decided to change his focus to Israeli and Jewish cuisine. After meeting with financier Steven Cook, they opened Zahav in 2008.
- With his business partner Steven Cook, Solomonov is co-owner of several Philadelphia restaurants: Abe Fisher, Dizengoff, Percy Street Barbecue, and Federal Donuts, a fried chicken and donut chain. Having participated in the South Beach Food & Wine Festival in 2013, Solomonov was able to bring Percy Street Barbecue to South Florida. Bill Addison, writing for Eater Philadelphia, called Chef Solomonov "the Genius of Modern Jewish Cooking" after eating at Abe Fisher, Dizengoff, and Zahav.
- Solomonov also spent a period of time consulting for David Magerman's, now closed, and Citron and Rose, a certified Kosher meat restaurant on the Main Line in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania.
- In 2015, Cook and Solomonov published a cookbook based on their restaurant Zahav. Zahav: A World of Israeli Cuisine was nominated for a James Beard Foundation Book Award in the International cookbook category. Its recipe for hummus was chosen as "2015 dish of the year" by Bon Appétit.
When: Tuesday, March 16 2021 (at 8 pm)
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8:00PM - 9:15PM Tue 16 Mar 2021, Eastern timezone
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