Congregation Beth Am serves up ‘A Tasting of the Arts’

Shari Schenk, Todd Kobernick

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Congregation Beth Am showcased “A Tasting of the Arts: Food and Wine Tasting & Art Exhibit” on Jan. 22. Guests sampled the work of internationally-acclaimed artist Mordechai Rosenstein and learned the art of farm-to-table cooking from farmer chef Milijan Krecu. Photos: Jon Clark

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