Author: Marina

Change of Plans

The next feast has been rescheduled to Sunday, December 14. Same time, same place. As always, meals are family style. Please feel free to bring your own beer or wine. I will provide a small tasting of Georgian wines as well. Early-bird tickets are $45 (until November 15). You can purchase tickets here. SAVORIES Khenagi Georgian “matzo balls”, made from…

Georgian Feast II

This month’s theme is all Georgian, and we’re back at 3B. Hurray! We’re also back to a hearty vegetarian menu. As always, meals are family style. Please feel free to bring your own beer or wine. I will provide a small tasting of Georgian wines as well. You can purchase tickets here. SAVORIES Khenagi Georgian “matzo balls”, made from ground…

Mid-Summer Feast Follow Up

Photos: Melissa Danielle August’s feast was a smashing success! This month, it took place in the beautiful backyard of my generous friends Vered Raz and Olivier Grange. Vered and Olivier have turned¬†their urban backyard into a welcoming, sublime retreat in the heart of Bedford-Stuyvesant. Hosting the feast under their canopy tent was a delight! I’m quite happy with the breadth…

Mid-Summer Feast

This month’s feast is different in so many ways. First of all, we’re moving the feast outdoors! To a backyard in Bedford-Stuyvesant. And this month’s menu highlights a variety of Persian and Georgian grilled meats, including classic marinated shish kebab, and a pair of Georgian sauces. Fear not! There will be plenty of vegetables to accompany the smoky skewers. And…

Georgian Feast

This month’s feast takes place on Sunday, June 29 at 7pm. This month, we¬†explore cuisine from the Republic of Georgia: Appetizers Mzhave Prasi (pickled leeks) Khachapuri (Georgian cheese and egg bread) Charkhlis Chogi (beets with sour cherry sauce) Badridzhani Nivrit (eggplant with garlic) Main Course Pamidvris Tolma (stuffed tomatoes) Khis Soko (wild mushrooms with scrambled egg) Shemtsvari Khveli (grilled sulugani…

“Odessa Mama”

“Odessa Mama” was the inaugural Salt & Pomegranates feast. My mother, Alexandra, was really my first cooking instructor. She often quips that Odessites were the best cooks in the Soviet Union, and her cooking does not belie that sentiment. This dinner is an homage to my “Odessa Mama’s” signature dishes.

Odessa Mama Photos

Photos: Nora Chovanec

Social Media Icons Powered by Acurax Social Profile Design Experts