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ESRA Raanana Cinema Club 'Haute Cuisine goes Kosher'

esra_cinema_club_s.jpgThe Audrey Goodman Cinema Club in Raanana presents


Directed by Noemi Schory
Jerusalem was the site for a gathering of 13 of the world's greatest chefs who toiled for two ‎days to prepare a 12-course feast for the senses. ‎

The celebration was for Jerusalem's 3000th birthday and yes-there was a catch. Everything ‎had to be kosher! That certainly presented a challenge for Chef Michel Trama of L'Aubergade ‎who used vegetarian milk for his Creme Patissiere and Chef Joel Robuchon who prepared ‎Creme de Coco truffee without creme fraiche or smoked pork. ‎

The documentary follows the fun as each chef, including New Orleans' Paul Prudhomme (who ‎created an entirely new dish for the event), prepared for the big moment when 350 lucky ‎guests would arrive for dinner. ‎

The Director Noemi Schory will speak after the film. ‎

Limited seating - reserve early  ‎


Yad Lebanim
Contact Name: 
ESRA Beit Fisher
09-748 2957
Price for Members: