Passover Cooking Contest at Josef's Table
Passover, or Pesach, is the feast of unleavened bread, and the highlight of this Jewish holiday is seder dinner, which takes place the first two nights.
"We are doing this Passover Cooking Contest because we want to involve the Jewish community in our restaurant in a fun and creative way," said the owner of Josef's Table, Mel Lechner. "We serve a traditional seder menu the first two nights of Passover, and it will be wonderful to add new sides dishes and desserts that win the contest. Our panel of judges will include my Eastern-European executive chef, Josef Schibanetz; a rabbi from a local temple; and others."
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