The classes are from the Jewish website Nosher include vegan options and treats from Persia (now Iran) and Syria, where there used to be a thriving Jewish presence for several thousand years.
All times listed are ET, otherwise known as New York City time.
Rosh Hashanah and the start of the year 5782 begins at sundown on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 6 and ends at sundown on Wednesday, Sept. 8
Yom Kippur begins at at sundown on Thursday, Sept. 16 and ends 24 hours later.
Round Challah Shaping with Cheryl Holbert
Wednesday, August 25th at 7:30 pm
Cheryl Holbert of Nomad Bakery will demonstrate how to create both simple and intricate round challah shapes.
Instant Pot Brisket with Jeffrey Eisner
Saturday, August 28th at 7:30 pm
Jeffrey Eisner, the “king of instant pot cooking” will show how to use your instant pot to make perfect brisket, in a fraction of the time.
Apple Babka Two Ways with Shannon Sarna
Monday August 30th at 7:30 pm
Nosher Editor and cookbook author Shannon Sarna will demonstrate how to make sweet apple babka two ways, one with a homemade filling and one using store-bought apple butter.
Apple Cider Braised Chicken with Leah Koenig
Wednesday, September 1st at 7:30 pm
Acclaimed cookbook author Leah Koenig will teach how to make apple cider braised chicken, a perfect alternative to brisket.
Syrian Leek Fritters with Sylvia Fallas
Thursday, September 2nd at 7:30 pm
Cooking instructor and caterer Sylvia Fallas will share her grandmother’s recipe for Syrian leek fritters, a specialty for the Jewish new year.
Khoreshte Beh with Tannaz Sassooni
Sunday, September 12th at 7:30 pm ET
Food writer Tannaz Sassoni will demonstrate how to make khoreshte beh, a Persian stew traditionally enjoyed before fasting on Yom Kippur.