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East Brunswick Hadassah makes ‘every bite count’

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East Brunswick Hadassah served up a Shavuot cooking demonstration and tasting on June 3 at the home of Cindy Lichtbroun. Chef Yvette Schlussel demonstrated a buffet of heart healthy foods seasoned with the cultural backgrounds of Jews in various countries. The dinner raised funds for the Hadassah Medical Organization, and members donated cans of food for the food pantry through Jewish Family Services.


PHOTO: Chef Yvette Schlussel receives a certificate of gratitude from co-president Elaine Silver.

PHOTO: Beth Hoffman, left to right, Yvette Schlussel and Hillary Gensler.

PHOTO: Co-president Elaine Silver shows off ribbons and trophies from the region at the cooking demonstration.

PHOTO: Outreach donations to the food pantry at Jewish Family Services are taken by Carol Goldberg.




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