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Charoset is one of the oldest traditional Passover foods, a sweet treat to welcome the Spring. It is usually eaten with a spoon and made with apples and walnuts—but it doesn't have to be.

Join The Wandering Chew  and the Culinary Historians of Canada on Sunday, March 21st from 1pm EST on Zoom and learn to make Date Syrup & Walnut Charoset Truffles from the Jewish-Iraqi community, Cinnamon, Almond, and Rose Charoset Truffles from the Jewish-Morrocan community, and Tropical Charoset Truffles from the Jewish community of Curaçao (the oldest active Jewish community in the Americas!)

You still have time to sign up on Eventbrite for this interesting, educational, fun and delicious event. But don't delay—it's this weekend, March 21!

Also coming up on the Culinary Historians of Canada event horizon is a fascinating—and different—presentation from The Canadian Archaeologist Who Collected 4,500 Beer Cans. This Zoom event is April 15, and you can sign up at Eventbrite.ca.
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