On Sunday June 4 the greater Knoxville community will have a chance to try traditional Jewish food at the "Knoshville" Jewish Food Festival.
Knoshville will bring together every Jewish organization in the Knoxville and Oak Ridge area, in celebration and appreciation of Jewish foods and cuisine. The entire community is invited to attend.
Bagels and lox (smoked salmon); Shakshuka (Middle Eastern spicy baked egg dish); Bundt cakes; "black and white" cookies; mandlebrot (it's like biscotti, but better) potato latkes (pancakes); potato knishes (delicious filling covered with dough and baked or fried); matzah ball soup (dumplings in broth); challah (Jewish egg bread)
In respect of kashrut, the kosher Jewish dietary laws and traditions, no meat or poultry items will be available at this event. Dairy, fish and vegetarian items, and some gluten-free items will be available.
In addition to foods, Knoshville will feature:
Israeli Dancing, Noon-1:30 p.m.
Introduction to Judaism, Rabbi Alon Ferency, Heska Amuna Synagogue, 12:30 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
Intro to Jewish Dietary Laws, Rabbi Yossi Wilhelm, Chabad of Knoxville, 1:30-2:00 p.m.
The swimming pool will be open.
Knoshville Jewish Food Festival
Sunday June 4
11:00 to 2:00
Arnstein Jewish Community CenterGym
Admission is free
Purchase tickets for food
Hotdogs, beer and music event starts at 5:00
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