Little chefs learn how to make Jewish soul food

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  • Proud bakers (from left): Emma T., Chaiky B., Raizel B., Toby B,. and Annie (Photo provided)

  • Ashley and Mickey Lewis, hard at work (Photo provided)

  • Toby Borenstein adds ingredients and adorableness to the mixing bowl (Photo provided)

— Chabad of Orange County hosted a “Mini Chef” program at its center in Goshen, bringing kids into the kitchen to cook Jewish foods like chumas, matzah ball soup, burekahs, and sweet noodle kugel.

“This idea brings the flavor of Judiasm alive to children in a delicious and real way. We had so much fun in the kitchen,” said Rivkie Borenstein, who runs the program.

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