From challah and bagels to bialys and mandelbread, these classic Jewish baked goods tell the story of Eastern European Jewry. Baker Stanley Ginsberg takes audiences on a tour of these delicacies to explain where they came from and why it's important to preserve these foods for a new generation. A program for all the senses, we'll nosh on baked goods from Philadelphia's own Spread Bakery while Ginsberg demonstrates hands-on challah braiding.
This program is part of WHAT IS YOUR FOOD WORTH?
The Gershman Y embarks on a two-year exploration with the Feinstein Center for american Jewish history, Rodeph Shalom Synagogue, and the National Museum of American Jewish History to answer the question: What is your Food Worth? Join us for programs at all these venues as we examine the cultural, historical, financial, environmental, and religious answers to this complicated question. For information on related programming visit