Get involved in the Roots & Recipes Mimouna celebrations!
Do you want to learn about how Moroccan Jews celebrate the end of Passover? Do you happen to love cooking and hosting people? Then come take part in the distinctive (and delicious!) celebration of the Mimouna!
The Mimouna takes place on the evening of Tuesday April 2, the last night of Passover. Once the holiday is over Moroccan Jews open up their homes to family and friends while visiting each other throughout the night. At the center of these celebrations is the Mimouna table that is filled with a variety of sweet foods that are traditionally prepared for the holiday.
Roots & Recipes is organizing various mimouna celebrations that you can attend, in order to bring this wonderful tradition to the mile end/plateau community.
We are looking for 4 people who are interested in hosting a mimouna in their homes, as well as people who would be interested in helping those hosts cook and prepare for the mimouna on the day of the event.
Our Roots and Recipes Mimouna celebrations will take place on Sunday, April 7th. As a host you will need to have a home in the mile end or plateau that can accommodate at least 10 guests. You would also need to be available to attend an authentic mimouna celebration on the last night of Passover, Tuesday, April 2nd where you will help gather kitchen stories and recipes from the host family. Alternately, if you don’t have a home to offer, but would like to be involved, you can be a kitchen helper. As a kitchen helper you will need to be free to attend the Mimouna on April 2nd as well as to help the new host prepare for the Mimouna on Sunday, April 7th 2013