20s + 30s Virtual Latkepalooza with Culinary Guest, Jake Cohen

20s + 30s Virtual Latkepalooza with Culinary Guest, Jake Cohen

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Get ready for the Chanukah event you have all been waiting for! Join us for an evening filled with deliciousness as we celebrate the seventh night of Chanukah with the always hungry modern mensch himself, Jake Cohen! Jake will teach us his favorite latke recipe, including the saffron latkes from his new book, Jew-ish: A Cookbook: Reinvented Recipes from a Modern Mensch. We'll end the night with some fun Chanukah games, where you'll have a chance to win some awesome prizes! Get your potatoes, oil, sour cream, and applesauce ready! This is a night you won't want to miss. 

This program is in partnership with Out At The J, Grad Network Powered by Columbia Barnard Hillel, and BJ 20s + 30s.  

Ingrediants:

1 pound russet potatoes, peeled 

1/4 medium yellow onion

1/4 cup matzo meal 

2 teaspoons kosher salt 

2 large eggsVegetable oil, for frying 

Applesauce, for serving 

Sour cream, for serving


Jake Cohen is a Jewish boy who loves food. He loves food so much that his entire existence, personal and professional, is pretty much centered around cooking and consuming it. Jake studied at the Culinary Institute of America, during and after which he spent time working the line at NYC institutions DANIEL and ABC Kitchen. Eventually, he transitioned out of restaurants and into food media, first at Saveur Magazine, where he headed recipe testing  in the publication's test kitchen. His career then led to writing and contributing to dozens of incredible food publications, and he served as the food editor of TastingTable.com as well as the food critic for Time Out New York. Check out Jake Cohen on Instagram @JakeCohen for some awesome food content!

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Cost: Free

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