Abe Fisher Hosts Joan Nathan for the Ultimate Jewish Diaspora Dinner
Renowned cookbook author, New York Times writer, and premiere authority on Jewish cooking in America, Joan Nathan, is coming to Abe Fisher for a special evening of food and conversation on Wednesday, May 17th.
It’s not often that a luminary like Nathan comes to town, but Abe Fisher is the perfect place to do it. Nathan’s new cookbook, King Solomon’s Table — her 11th — collects recipes from the Jewish diaspora. Abe Fisher’s concept mirrors this, with a menu that includes culinary touchstones from Jewish communities across the globe from Montreal to Hungary.
Nathan and Abe Fisher chef Yehuda Sichel have collaborated on a special four-course prixe-fixe menu to celebrate Nathan’s visit. Tickets are $90 each (sold in sets of two or four, with three seatings available throughout the evening) and will get you dinner (including tax and gratuity), conversation with Nathan, and a signed copy of her new book. Check out the menu below, and get your tickets here.
King Salmon Gravlax
mustard sauce, pickled onion rings
Smoked Blue Fish Cake
Pickled Herring Spread
house cream cheese, Jewish rye
English peas, zucchini, dill
Hungarian Stuffed Chicken
kishka, sweet and sour cabbage, potatoes and onions
Strawberry Rhubarb Blintz
vanilla sour cream, pistachio
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