I’m Talkin’ Food

I’ll be presenting a program about holiday food traditions and where to find seasonal ethnic treats around Cleveland on Thursday December 16 at 3:00 p.m. in the ballroom at Judson Manor. The event is free and open to the public.  My talk is not the only attraction. First on the agenda is a tour of the Manor: built as a luxury residential hotel in 1923, the unique and elegant apartments are now part of Judson’s Smart Living continuing care retirement community.  My speeches typically make people hungry.

 Luckily, after you listen to me,  refreshments will be served  including assorted European style cookies from Lucy’s Sweet Surrender and one of baker Michael Feignebaum’s chocolate and chestnut Yule Logs.

RSVP required. Call (216) 791-2004.  Judson Manor is located at 1890 E. 107th Street in Cleveland’s University Circle neighborhood.  Free parking is adjacent to the building



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2 responses to “I’m Talkin’ Food

  1. Looking forward to your talk. I’m returning to Cleveland this week..

    I wonder: I am entertaining for New Year’s weekend in Cleveland. I live in St. Louis, MO and am accustomed to many sources of ethnic foods. I’d like a wonderful cheese store, smoked fishes and caviar. In St. L. I buy my cheeses from a specialty Italian store and the fishes at a well provisioned Russian Deli, plus an assortment of their appetizers.

    • I encourage you to visit the West Side Market. The two best sources for cheese are there- The Cheese Shop and Mediterranean Imports. Classic Seafood and Kate’s have excellent smoked fish. Not sure if any of these folks or others at the Market have caviar. If not there are a number of Russian grocery stores listed in my book that will surely have what you need.
      Good luck.

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