The winning recipe will be served at the festival, at the Brooklyn Museum on Dec. 16, and become part of the Jewish Food Society recipe archives.
So get cooking on Grandma’s latke recipe, Tanta Irma’s latke recipe, or your own. The winner will be chosen by Nov. 26.
The Latke Festival is a benefit for The Sylvia Center, a nonprofit nutrition education program that focuses on teaching cooking in underserved communities, inspiring children, teens and their families to eat well through hands-on experiences on the farm and in the kitchen.to inspire young people to make healthier eating choices, including teaching them to cook and bake nutritious food.
The annual event is organized by Great Performances Catering
The contest is the brainchild of Great Performances founder and CEO Liz Neumark and Naama Shefi, executive director of the Jewish Food Society, to give everyone with a favorite latke recipe the chance to have it sampled by the 700-plus people who attend the event each year.
Submit your favorite latke recipe here.
It can be old school traditional or a modern creative take on the classic potato pancake. The main requirement is that it is delicious.
This one-night affair celebrates the best and most creative potato pancakes in New York City.
For the fourth year in a row, the 11th Annual Latke Festival will be held at the stunning Brooklyn Museum,
Tickets start at $60, and all net proceeds go to The Sylvia Center, as they have since 2008.
The Latke Festival is 6pm to 8:30pm, Monday, Dec. 16 at the Brooklyn Museum..
Go hungry, my friend.
Actually, go early and visit the museum, including the fabulous exhibit devoted to legendary fashion designer Pierre Cardin
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