The Art of Pickling w/ The Pickle Guys @ Eldridge Street Synagogue
Looking to find yourself in a pickle, on purpose? The owners of the only remaining pickle store in the Lower East Side are ready to introduce you to the art of pickling, all inside one of the country's oldest (and most beautiful) synagogues just around the corner.
Join New York Adventure Club as we learn the art of pickling using old Eastern European recipes and methodologies with The Pickle Guys inside the beautiful sanctuary of Museum at Eldridge Street — opened in 1887, the landmark building is the first great house of worship built in America by Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe.
Our introduction into making tart and tasty bites with some of the most famous fermenters in town will include:
An overview of Museum at Eldridge Street and The Pickle Guys
A brief history of pickling and why it’s so prevalent in Jewish communities
A step-by-step demonstration on how to pickle food, from making the brine to curing tips and tricks
The chance to taste fruits and vegetables, before and after pickling, using different brines
An opportunity to create your own custom brine, exactly how your taste buds like it
Afterward, you'll get to take home your own pickled food, the next best thing from renting an old-school pickle pushcart!
See you there!
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