Time & Location
Apr 29, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
smallSUGAR, 709 Gervais St, Columbia, SC 29201, USA
About the Event
Join us for dinner to explore the relationship of Jewish and Southern Cooking traditions and the stories of their intersection, the same topic covered on Kugels & Collards, a food blog born out of theColumbia Jewish Heritage Initiative of Historic Columbia. Aligning with the theme of the blog, this four-course dinner will feature the cuisine of Hillary Sterling and Fany Gerson, two Jewish chefs from New York City and Lissadell Cohen-Serrins and Kristian Neimi, two chefs who found their culinary voice through southern cuisine.
Proceeds from the dinner will support the Columbia Jewish Heritage Initiative of Historic Columbia, which documents the story of Jewish families and their contributions to South Carolina’s capital city.
When: Monday, April 29, 2019
Where: City Market hosted by smallSUGAR
What: $110 // Four-course dinner with proceeds supporting Historic Columbia’s Columbia Jewish Heritage Initiative
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This guided walking tour will highlight Columbia’s Jewish heritage and explore how Jewish merchants have shaped this downtown district. The tour will begin on Main Street, travel down to Lady Street where the tour will cross over to Assembly Street, then end at The Big Apple on Hampton Street.
The tour will meet and begin at Michael's Café & Catering located at 1620 Main Street. Space is limited.
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In 2014, Historic Columbia embarked on a project now known as the Columbia Jewish Heritage Initiative (CJHI), which documents the stories of the Jewish population in South Carolina’s capital city. The initial work was to create web-based and print guided tours that provide access to the rich stories about the Jewish community in Columbia. Just over a year ago, Historic Columbia and CJHI launched a complementary blog, Kugels and Collards, which explores the relationship of Jewish and Southern cooking traditions and the stories of that intersection.
Space is limited, so get your tickets TODAY!