NoshFest show­cases Jewish cui­sine

Albuquerque Journal - - METRO & NM -

Jewish cul­ture and com­mu­nity were cel­e­brated on Sun­day at the ABQ NoshFest. The fes­ti­val, pre­sented by the Jewish Com­mu­nity Cen­ter of Great Al­bu­querque, show­cased the best in Jewish cui­sine — from tra­di­tional dishes to new twists on old fa­vorites.

The event, held at San­dia Re­sort, ben­e­fited the com­mu­nity cen­ter’s pro­grams that as­sist fam­i­lies, pro­vide sum­mer camp, swim­ming les­sons and early child­hood ed­u­ca­tion schol­ar­ships.

GREG SORBER/JOUR­NAL

Diane Solomon of Al­bu­querque eats a chicken shawarma from La Fonda Del Bosque’s booth dur­ing the ABQ NoshFest at the San­dia Re­sort on Sun­day. The fes­ti­val is pre­sented by the Jewish Com­mu­nity Cen­ter of Greater Al­bu­querque.

Smoked salmon and spicy tuna ev­ery­thing bites were of­fered at the Ta­mashi restau­rant booth dur­ing Sun­day’s ABQ NoshFest.

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