Some blog updates!

As they always say New Year, new blog, right? Right! In the spirit of ~newness~ I want to share with you all some updates that this blog is currently undergoing.

First off, as some of you may have already noticed, there's a Press page of the blog!

  Now you can easily see all the places where Sara is spreading the Boka Dulse love!

Now you can easily see all the places where Sara is spreading the Boka Dulse love!

Yahoo! On this page you can read, listen, and watch all of the different media publications that have featured Sara, including her upcoming biweekly radio show (in Spanish) about Jewish food history for RadioSefarad.

Additionally, you'll find some new images, restaurant recommendations, and sites on the Travel page.

  Looking for travel inspiration and great tips? The newly-updated Travel section is where to go!

Looking for travel inspiration and great tips? The newly-updated Travel section is where to go!

Now you'll be able to explore my images and tips from my travels during this past year. Cities covered include: Madrid, Ávila, Burgos, Castilla, Granada, Lisbon, Salamanca, Tenerife, Toledo, Valencia, and Zaragoza. And if you're planning a trip and have any questions for me, feel free to write me a message .

  This could happen at your synagogue! Sign up here to have me come teach.

This could happen at your synagogue! Sign up here to have me come teach.

Finally, a big update for this blog can be found here. I've been doing a great deal of teaching over the past few months, and I'm offering my skills to any Jewish community that wants to come have me teach! Looking for an interesting way to engage synagogue members in Jewish learning? Want to find new ways to engage and interact with Jewish culture and community? Whether you're interested in Sephardic Jewish food history or want to know more about general Jewish food history and identity, I'd be delighted to come teach at your synagogue today. Customizable to your community's needs and schedule, I offer the options of one-off classes as well as class series. Classes include two parts: one on the theory of Jewish food and identity; the other dedicated to cooking the dishes we discuss in class. Contact me here today to set up a cooking lesson with me! 

Anyway, that's all for now folks! Keep your eyes peeled in the next couple of weeks for more new and exciting stories and history from your favorite Jewish food history blog, Boka Dulse.

Abrasos,

Sara