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Cooking Class Recipes

If you registered for the cooking class, make sure to gather the ingredients before the class. You can also preview the recipes.

Class Schedule

The classes are online via Zoom.

Make sure to mark your calendar with these dates and times:

April 8 at 2pm.

Chef Paul Cooking Class
April 11 at 11am. Made sure you pickup all ingredients. The class is online with Zoom!

April 12 at 2pm

April 14 at 2pm

This program has been made possible by Israel Week 2021 Micro Grant funding of the Jewish Federal of Greater Dallas. 

Greet, Eat, Treat Class Signup

Register here for one or all of the Greeting, Eating and Treating online classes. These classes are in celebration of Israel with the Jewish Federation of Dallas.

The online classes use Zoom. Dates are April 8, 11, 12 and 14. The April 11 cooking class with Chef Paul is at 11am. All other classes are at 2pm.

You can register for any or all classes. If you sign up for the Chef Paul Cooking Class, make sure to pickup all of your ingredients. Cooking classes online are really fun.

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Cooking Class Recipes

These are the recipes for the Chef Paul Cooking Class. The online cooking class is part our Greeting, Eating, Treating online classes in celebration of Israel, April 8-18, 2021.

If you have signed up for the online cooking class, make sure to pickup all of your ingredients. Chef Paul Cooking Class is a Zoom event you attend at home.

Disclaimer: While the ingredients are complete, these recipes may a little vague in some places. Chef Paul will provide details during the online class. Sign up today! Online cooking classes with Zoom are really fun! Let’s greet, eat and treat!

Chef Paul is Paul Nirens from the Galilee area of Northern Israel. Mr. Nirens runs a hospitality business named Galileat, providing “true grass roots cultural experiences, based around food, working closely with a wide variety of host families in the Galilee region of Northern Israel.”

Recipe 1: Pitta with Labaneh and Za’atar

This is a two-part recipe made with (1) dough and (2) topping.

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