|Tue April 16, 2013|
|7:00 pm||to||10:00 pm|
In the mid 1900’s a large majority of Iraq’s Jewish population faced persecution and were forced to leave their homeland. Many sought refuge in Israel, where the traditions of Iraqi-Jewish foods are their only remaining legacy and ties to their former country. Recipes are passed down through generations to help preserve their heritage and to continue their rich traditions.
One such recipe is kubbeh, a meat dumpling popular to the Iraqi Jewish community. Made from lamb, beef, chicken or fish, these dumplings are served in a sour, tangy soup called hamousta, which can be made from okra, eggplant, squash, zucchini, garlic or beets. Chef Alex will make a Roadhouse version of kubbeh along with many other traditional foods, doing our part to preserve the rich tradition of the Iraqi Jewish cuisine.$45/person
This dinner is SOLD OUT, please call 734.663.3663 to add your name to the wait list.