I’m opening up this week’s Friday Kibbitz thread to all subscribers. I look so forward to our weekly conversations, and thought it might be fun to add more voices to the mix. Free subscribers, if you enjoy the conversation today, and want to be part of them in future weeks (plus get weekly recipes, and access to the recipe archive), you can upgrade to a paid subscription here!
This week’s question is: What is your favorite kitchen tool?
I recently bought a milk frother, and have been having so much fun playing at home barista. Beyond stepping up my morning coffee routine, the frother has brought my family’s hot chocolate game to the next level. (Plus, the kids love to use it.)
How about you? Is there a kitchen tool or gadget you just couldn’t imagine cooking without?
Wednesday, Oct 19 - 7pm (doors at 6:30pm)
My good friends, Ron and Leetal Arazi, the husband-and-wife team behind NY Shuk, will lead an interactive cooking class introducing their newest product: a jammy, North African tomato condiment called matbucha.
They will share the history and cultural significance of matbucha (plus some stories from Ron’s Moroccan-Israeli family!), then teach you how to put the North African power condiment to use in three dishes: a Chicken & Chickpea Stew with Matbucha and Saffron, Roasted Eggplant with Matbucha and Tahini, and Grilled Halloumi with Matbucha.
In addition to nibbles/drinks at the class, every ticket includes a jar of NY Shuk’s matbucha!
Get Tickets Here!
*This event is part of a food demo series I’m curating in partnership with the Demo Kitchen - Ace Hotel and The Neighborhood.*