Kitchen Explorations is a culinary journey through historic Boston, a new series exploring the role of the cultural kitchen in shaping our history. Waves of migration in and out of neighborhoods have made Boston all that it is, and much of these traditions can be traced through the kitchens, foods, and related stories.
In past seasons, we have explored the Jewish roots of Boston through the deli, had a conversation with WBUR host Shira Springer about the history of Jewish food in the area, and held many sold out food walking tours of Chelsea with Dr. Ellen Rovner.
Join us on the next stop in this culinary journey as Chef Michael Leviton cooks and discusses some of his favorite Passover recipes from the archives of the Jewish Heritage Center at the New England Historic Genealogical Society.
This collaboration between Chef Michael Leviton, JArts, Jewish Heritage Center, and the Vilna Shul explores, enlivens, and shares the recipes and tastes of Jewish Boston.
In partnership with: The Wyner Family Jewish Heritage Center and the Vilna Shul, Boston’s Center for Jewish Culture.