Local host Paula is a professor in Jewish Studies, a lawyer, and a Jewish mom. Paula learned to cook with her grandmother (bubbe) Sara, who taught her everything she knew about Jewish food and the story behind each plate. With her grandma, Paula used to prepare big meals for the entire family, learn about Judaism, its history, try different flavors, tell stories, and learn kitchen secrets! This experience has been hand selected by Eatwith, the world’s largest community for authentic culinary experiences. Eatwith experiences are top rated on TripAdvisor and are loved by thousands of travelers from around the world!
Pekale means 'a portion of food meant to be eaten afterward' in Yiddish. Explore Jewish history, flavors, and the meaning of each ingredient and procedure, at this cultural Jewish dinner! • Together you'll cook, talk, and enjoy a delicious homemade Jewish meal of 6 courses • Aperitif and a wine pairing with each course is included • In the heart of Recoleta neighborhood in Buenos Aires • Communal dining for 2 to 8 people • Local host Paula is a professor in Jewish Studies, a lawyer, and a Jewish mom
Pekale, a Jewish cuisine and history dining experience will start at 7:30 PM.
Pekale, a Jewish cuisine and history dining experience price starts from $69.79.
Pekale, a Jewish cuisine and history dining experience cancellation policy: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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