Culture and Foods of the Middle Eastern Immigrants

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Culture and Foods of the Middle Eastern Immigrants

When:
July 24, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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This presentation is a part of the food series. On July 24, Patrick Michael, will be holding a presentation on Culture and Foods of the Middle East Immigrants. He will be presenting stuffed grape leaves.
 
Lebanese food most sought after now are from the poorest class of people in the country, and their skill in cooking comes from using simple ingredients creatively to make food taste good. Now, we have better access to good ingredients than our relatives had, and this enables us to continue cooking delicious foods.
 
Patrick Michael is a Center Township native and lives on the same street where he grew up. He is the owner of Rafka Foods, and under this, he founded Jemila Foods to produce the finest foods in Lebanese cuisine. The company manufactures stuffed grape leaves, spinach pies, kibbe, and several dry mixes to make Lebanese dishes.
 
It is FREE to the public, but you need to register prior. To register please contact Chloe Thomas at 724-266-4500 x 104 or at c-chlthoma@pa.gov
 
The presentation will be held in the Visitor Center Classroom. A sample of food will be available.
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