Thank you CBA Bakers for your generous donation of time, dough, and filling for making hamentashen for us to celebrate Purim, Shalach Manos, the Purim Festival and the Purim Spiel. From January 6-February 10 we made 1118 hamentashen. Our volunteers ranged from our Religious School students and our Rabbi to our usual volunteers of CBA Bakers. Our fillings ranged from fruit fillings of blueberry, cherry, apricot and diabetic friendly strawberry, to the creative hazelnut- chocolate and date-nut fillings, and to our traditional prune-raisin-nut and poppyseed fillings.

Want to see the kitchen even more accessible to Beth Ami members? Kitchen access is limited only by the number of mashgichim available. Become one! This is not a closed club.

The kitchen committee is developing a workshop for mashgiach training. It will be presented by Rabbi Miller and will feature kitchen and food safety and mashgiach training for maintaining kashrut in the Beth Ami kitchen. Our goal is to present this in June or July.

Whether you are interested in being a mashgiach for Beth Ami or want to review your skills as a mashgiach or wondering what mashgichim do for those who are using the Beth Ami Kitchen, this workshop is for you. Complete our mashgiach workshop and you can become a member of our Beth Ami mashgiach team.

If you are interested, or if you have any questions or input, please contact Janet & Jeffrey at Reserve your spot now.