After last year’s kugel success, this year’s Eat Well, Do Justice! (September 17th) will feature creative takes on blintzes to raise funds for Tzedek DC’s work helping low-income DC residents fight debt-related crises.
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Back at the end of September, local organization Tzedek DC brought together celebrity chefs and judges for a kugel cook-off that raised over $100,000 to fund work advocating for low-income DC residents.
Adapted from “Chocolate Puffs,” Richard Briggs, The New Art of Cookery. These tiny sweets are a cross between cookies and candy. They are crisp, intensely chocolaty and addictive. (See the original recipe here.)
At Shemesh Enterprises in California, individuals with special needs and diverse abilities work on a farm, where they made kosher spices and herbs and participate in health and wellness activities.
On September 25, five prominent DC chefs will come together for a kugel cook-off to raise money for a new organization, Tzedek DC, which helps low-income DC residents deal with debt issues.
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