THERE’S ALWAYS LOADS OF LIVE FUN, FOOD AND DRINK TASTING, RETAIL MARKETPLACE AND KIDS ACTIVITIES AT EACH BIG JEWISH NOSH FEST IN LEEDS!
GRAB A SEAT AT THE LIVE STAGE COOKING SHOWCASE AND ENJOY A DIVERSE LINE UP OF MOUTH WATERING DEMOS AND TALKS.
An abundance of food stands, free tastings, family fun, food & lifestyle retailers and live stage cooking, await you.
Sample a variety of Kosher chocolates, wine and beer, spices and snack foods from a broad selection of producers.
Enjoy a variety of food from the new FESTIVAL FOOD COURT. Choose from Sushi, Salads, Salt Beef Sandwiches, and fresh bakery and afternoon tea.
Some highlights from the previous Fest:
Chazan Albert Chait, Rabbi Jason Kleiman, Rabbi Shalom Kupperman
The Three geCHEFS !
Ready…Steady….Cook! Chazan Albert Chait, Rabbi Jason Kleiman and Rabbi Shalom Kupperman went head to head at the NOSH FEST cook off!
Their culinary skills were put to the test much delight of the audience and their was fun and banter all round.
Judie Rose & Doctor Jackie Lewis
From Fresh to Fress in the Jewish Kitchen
We met the heirs to a culinary legend – Evelyn Rose’s daughter, Judi Rose, herself a food writer and cookbook author, and her cousin Dr. Jackie Lewis, a GP and nutritional researcher. They took us on a light-hearted culinary adventure ‘From Fress to Fresh’ and explained how introducing purple fruits to your diet could quite literally change, your life!
Iranian cook extraordinaire, Sima Raw, demonstrated how to take our friendly staple, basmati rice, to a whole new level, by adding fresh herbs, seasonings and ‘Baghali’ (fava beans). Sima’s Persian ‘Baghali Polo’ was accompanied by chicken portions in a scrumptious, tomatoe and lime based traditional Iranian sauce.
(full recipe on request)
Reut Mor, Israeli Emissary to Leeds
A Taste of Israel in Leeds
Making her Leeds debut, Reut Mor, the new community Israeli Emissary, prepared one of her family’s traditional Israeli dishes, stuffed peppers (meat and veggie).
Taking us on a journey back to her family roots and childhood in Jerusalem, Reut brought to the stage just one of the many diverse and scrumptious dishes hailing from Israel.