TRADE is proud to collaborate with Boston Magazine’s Best of Boston 2015 Popup, Kitchen Kibitz for a very special Rosh Hashanah, Jewish New Year dinner. In celebration of the Sweet New Year, we’ll be serving four courses of Jewish inspired dishes along with a signature cocktail created by Tenzin Samdo (@BostonMixDrink) to welcome guests. The menu features ingredients such as apples, pomegrantes and honey which are often eaten during the holiday and symbolize welcoming in a healthy and sweet New Year.
CHALLAH 3 WAY
plain, spiced and sweet
served with beet and horseradish spread
SAFFRON GEFILTE FISH QUENELLES
carrot and almond hummus
HONEY VANILLA POACHED APPLE
gorgonzola and spiced pepitas
THIRD (choice of…)
POMEGRANATE GLAZED BRISKET
sweet potato latke, lemon aioli, dukkah and mint
SPICED HONEY GLAZED CHICKEN
fall harvest salad of ginger-coriander roasted carrots and turnip, farro and labneh
APPLE + OLIVE OIL FRITTER
honey-orange anglaise, sweet cream ice cream and candied rosemary
ABOUT KITCHEN KIBITZ: Kitchen Kibitz is a pop up dining experience focused on modern Jewish cuisine. Fueled by a passion for Jewish food and imaginative cooking, food entrepreneur Jeff Gabel teams up with Boston chefs to highlight classic flavors of the world and elevate the techniques with a modern spin. Each dinner is hosted in a different location and focuses on a unique theme to that season.
Event Location: trade boston
540 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, ma, 02210
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