Food for Thought: Recipes Remembered Book Talk and Cooking Demonstration

Featuring June Hersh, author of Recipes Remembered, A Celebration of Survival Thursday, March 29, 2012, 6:30 p.m.

The Jewish Museum Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street New York City

Thank you for joining us for this wonderful evening!

The books purchased in advance will be available for pickup at the event, and books will also be on sale at the event. June will be autographing the books that evening. Proceeds from book sales benefit the Museum of Jewish Heritage and 3GNY.

Thank you for joining us for this delicious and lively evening focused on food and storytelling with June Hersh, author of Recipes Remembered, A Celebration of Survival. June discussed her book, including some of the stories, and there was Q&A following. Her presentation is tailored specifically for the 3G audience, so this is a special opportunity exclusively for our group.

After we heard from June, Executive Chef David Teyf of LOX at the Jewish Museum showed us how to prepare some recipes from and inspired by June's book.

Recipes Remembered is a cookbook and collection of stories wrapped into one. To create it, June personally interviewed over 80 Holocaust survivors and their families. Along the way, she discovered remarkable and uplifting stories of strength and resilience. The recipes in the book are authentic and include culinary creations from all around the world. To learn more about June and her book, visit JuneHersh.com, or view a great Fox News interview from December 2011.

For more information, please e-mail info@3gnewyork.org or visit www.3gnewyork.org.

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