Category Archive: events

Photos from our Killer Cheese & Girl Power Chanukah Party

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Thanks to everyone who attended our Killer Cheese & Girl Power Chanukah Party (20/12/2014) in collaboration with The Wandering Chew. The night was beautifully captured by Lauren Kolyn. Check out the photos below!    

Photos from “Grandma’s Kitchen Alley”

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We had a blast participating in the August 17th edition of Restaurant Day, which has both amateur and professional cooks turning public and private spaces into ephemeral restaurants and which extols an anything-goes ethos (while urging participants… Continue reading

Photos from our screening of Oma & Bella – An Eastern European Feast!

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This past April Roots & Recipes hosted a screening of the wonderful film Oma & Bella –  “an intimate glimpse into the world of Regina Karolinski (Oma) and Bella Katz, two friends who live… Continue reading

Roots & Recipes presents: A Mimouna Potluck Party

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Roots & Recipes Presents: A Mimouna Potluck Party! Do you want to learn about how Moroccan Jews celebrate the end of Passover?  Do you love to cook and learn about new cultures?  Want… Continue reading

Oma & Bella : a tasty film screening, April 13th

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Roots & Recipes presents Oma & Bella, a film screening with a twist. Because Oma & Bella centres around food, we will be preparing some recipes from the film (and the accompanying illustrated cookbook)… Continue reading

Albondigas are “falafel-ish”

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Now, let’s agree on something, Montreal has some pretty damn good restaurants. Yet, for some reason, every time I have gone out on a Sunday night in search of yummy and delicious food… Continue reading

The Wandering Chew: An Iraqi-Jewish Feast (October 5th 2013)

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Our friends at The Wandering Chew have released the menu for their first dinner coming up this Saturday, October 5th at Café Zosha, 5731 Park Ave, Montreal. It looks amazing and space is limited so… Continue reading

Recap: Mile-End Mimouna Hop

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At 5:00 PM on Sunday, April 7th, 2013, there were three slightly hesitant doorbell rings in Montreal’s Plateau/Mile-End areas. Participants of Montreal’s first ‘Mile-End Mimouna Hop’ had been given the secret locations last… Continue reading