The Harvard University Dining Services Food Literacy Project, Harvard Hillel, and Harvard Book Store are pleased to welcome James Beard Award-winning food writer and cookbook author JOAN NATHAN for a discussion of the history, traditions, and flavors of Israeli and American Passover celebrations. The event is free and open to the public; a book sale and signing courtesy of Harvard Book Store will follow Ms. Nathan's presentation. For questions about the event please contact Theresa McCulla at firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 495-8052. Learn more about the Harvard University Dining Services Food Literacy Project: http://www.dining.harvard.edu/flp/index.html Learn more about Harvard Hillel: http://hillel.harvard.edu/ (magid)
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