Everybody’s talking about pickles….

October 9, 2009 at 9:50 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

ADAMAH alum Jeff Yoskowitz (Summer 2007) returned to ADAMAH last year as one of two pickle apprentices. His love of pickles and ADAMAH has continued to grow after leaving the community, so much so that he continues to help ADAMAH out at various pickle sales in New York. Last weekend Jeff lent a hand at the Lower Eastside Pickle Festival, where Lauren, the current pickle apprentice, Rachel (Summer 2009) and Segulah spent the day talking, tasting and selling our delicious pickles and cheese. Jeff wrote this article for The Atlantic about his experience at last weekend’s pickle festival. Check it out!

In other pickle news, ADAMAH will be selling delicious pickles and cheese at Temple Israel Center (280 Old Mamaroneck Road, White Plains) twice next week! Join us for:

~ADAMAH pickles and cheese at the White Plains Tuv Haretz  Wednesday, October 14th from 4-8 pm

~ TIC’s “Green Day” featuring environmentally friendly workshops, keynote speaker Nigel Savage of Hazon and lots of pickles, dilly beans, kraut, fire kraut, beets, jam, holy chevre, falls village feta, and goatgurt. Sunday, October 18th from 10 am to 1pm.

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  1. Dear Pickleh-teers, Your beets make me want to sing…When the sun goes down, the tide goes out, the people gather round and they all begin to shout. Hey, hey Uncle Dud It’s a treat to eat your beets on the Mississippi Mud. It’s a treat to eat your beets on the Mississippi Mud. What a dance do they do. Lordy how I’m tellin’ you. They don’t need no band. They keep time by clapping their hands. Just as happy as a cow chewin’ on a cud. It’s a treat to eat your beets on the Mississippi Mud.
    Your great work keeps us singing, thank you.
    Take time out to celebrate the colors of the sky and fields.


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