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Micah Siva Author Talk • Nosh: Plant Forward Recipes Celebrating Modern Jewish Cuisine

Wednesday April 17 at 6:30 pm
* EVENT IS FREE TO ATTEND & LOCATED AT OUR SHOP! *


A note about our in-store events:


We offer first come, first served seating in our shop. There will be overflow room outside if needed and the author will be mic'd. Everyone is welcome to attend.

You can pre-order a copy below for pick-up at the event or purchase copies on-site.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR & THEIR BOOK:

Micah Siva — Micah Siva is a trained chef, registered dietitian, recipe writer, and food photographer, specializing in modern Jewish cuisine. After graduating from the Natural Gourmet Institute of Health & Culinary Arts, she pursued a career in nutrition and later worked for global brands, media outlets, and publications in food media. She shares Jewish-inspired, plant-forward recipes through her blog, Nosh with Micah. Micah lives in San Francisco, California, with her husband, Josh, and their mini sheepadoodle, Buckwheat.

Faith Kramer — Faith Kramer, author of 52 Shabbats, is a food writer and recipe developer concentrating on the food ways, history, and customs of the Jewish diaspora. She develops recipes and writes about Jewish customs and food as well as travel, and global ingredients. As a columnist for j., the Jewish News of Northern California, she writes articles on food and cooking along with original recipes. 

Nosh: Plant Forward Recipes Celebrating Modern Jewish Cuisine - For those who want to connect with Jewish culinary history while following a plant-based diet, Nosh offers more than 80 recipes that can be served at shabbat, holidays, and even better, every day.

Food is a central part of Jewish culture, and those who don't connect with the foods of yesterday may feel as though a part of their heritage is missing. Nosh is the cookbook for the modern Jewish kitchen, drawing inspiration from history through a 21st century lens.

With the rise in plant-based eating across the globe, Nosh is an ideal guide for those looking to connect with and share their Judaism in a way that feels authentic in today's landscape.