Eating Haman's Hat: A Jewish Folklorist's Take on Foodways
Eating Haman's Hat: A Jewish Folklorist's Take on Foodways

Join us for a tasty Conversation on Culture!

“Eating Haman’s Hat: A Folklorist’s Take on Food & Culture”

What does the food you grew up with say about your culture? Interim Folklife Director Marion Jacobson shares the story of hamantaschen--Jewish Purim cookies--and what they teach us about embracing our roots and sharing our stories. Join the conversation about ways that food and foodways form the foundations of our cultural heritage -- and try your hand at baking these delicious holiday treats.

-Free to the public

-Hands-on workshop: all materials provided 

-Limited capacity: Reservations recommended (to ensure enough supplies for all participants)

-Thursday, March 10, 2-3pm, in Moorestown


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Instructor: Perkins Faculty
Members: $ 0.00; Non-Members $ 0.00
Location: Moorestown, Dining Room Gallery








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