Imagine homemade bagels, warm from the oven and served just the way you like them. Sound good?
At a recent event on Arran, a guest said he was excited about the homemade bagels and wished they were easier to find here. When he was told they were actually simple to make, several people asked for a demonstration.
In keeping with EAT PRAY LOVE, this year’s theme for Scottish Interfaith Week 2019, the Arran Jewish Cultural Association is offering a bagel baking workshop:
• Time: 6-8PM on Thursday, 14th November
• Place: Whiting Bay, Isle of Arran
• Reservations: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Barb Taub at 07428082001. (There is no cost to attend, but spaces are VERY limited and filling quickly.)
Participants will learn the easy method of making authentic bagels. Plus all are invited to experience Hanukkah a bit early with treats like latkes (potato pancakes) and sufganiyot (fruit filled donuts). Take home your own bagels, a copy of the award-winning recipe, plus a souvenir dreidel and directions for playing the traditional holiday game.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please send PM, email email@example.com, or phone 07428082001. Hope to see you there!
With Sharon Shenhav for Arran Jewish Cultural Association
With support from Scottish Interfaith Week 2019 and The Scottish Council of Jewish Communities
For more information on Scottish Interfaith Week (10th – 17th November) and for the programme of events taking place across Scotland, go to Scottish Interfaith Week website.
Oganised by Interfaith Scotland, Scottish Interfaith Week provides an opportunity for interfaith groups, faith communities, schools, organisations and local communities across the country to celebrate Scotland’s religious diversity by planning events that bring people together to promote dialogue, understanding and co-operation between Scotland’s diverse religious communities and cultures.