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500-year-old Sephardic Recipes Brought a Network of Cousins Together.

“We ate, that’s how we communicated.” 

The Jewish Food Society shares one family’s recipes for Beef-Filled Bourekas, Keftes (Leek and Beef Patties), Travados de Muez (Sweet Walnut-Filled Bourekas), and more! Food stylist Victoria Granof remembers how these dishes brought together an entire network of her extended family through the shared language of delicious food. Read their story and share a few of their family recipes around your dinner table!

From Sofia to Salonika
Bulgaria, Northern Macedonia
& Northern Greece
Jewish Gems of the Balkans
June 21-July 2, 2023
Resistance and Revival
Copenhagen, Odense, Malmö & Stockholm
August 17–27, 2023

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