Emma's Torch and Our Name Is Farm are thrilled to invite you to celebrate our most recent graduates, as they complete their culinary training with Emma's Torch and embark on their careers, with a delicious multi-course dinner. We will be joined by guests chefs Lior Lev Sercarz and Alex Raij. All proceeds benefit Emma's Torch, empowering refugees through culinary training.
Now, more than ever, we stand with those fleeing hardship and persecution to access the American dream. As the world faces the largest refugee crisis since World War II, we can each play a role in supporting the newest members of our community.
Shabbat brings together loved ones and strangers to form strong communities. The perfect Shabbat atmosphere includes a family style meal with shared stories and plenty of wine. During dinner at Emma’s Torch at Home/Made, you’ll hear the stories of refugees from all over the world and taste dishes they’ve brought from their home countries. Storytelling has played an important role in Jewish history, and we bring a cross-cultural perspective to that tradition.
Emma’s Torch is a culinary training program for refugees, asylees, and survivors of human trafficking. Your Shabbat meal will be prepared by our students, under the direction of our stellar head chef. The menu will reflect our students’ countries of origin, so keep an eye out for tasty dishes from Afghanistan, Mexico, and everything in between!
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