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“I Could Nosh” with author Jake Cohen

Wednesday, November 15
12:00pm Pacific Time | 3:00pm Eastern Time
Event Details
Revamp your Jew-ish recipes with author Jake Cohen and his new release, “I Could Nosh.”

Join Jake Cohen, New York Times best-selling author, in conversation with Michelle Starkman. They will be discussing their favorite recipes from his newest New York Times best selling cookbook, I Could Nosh: Classic Jew-ish Recipes Revamped for Every Day, in addition to Jake’s Jewish story and his inspiration for Jewish cuisine. You can purchase one of the 50 available copies of I Could Nosh for $31. Simply check the ticket options on our Eventbrite registration page. Copies will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Cost: Free
Guest: Jake Cohen

Jake Cohen is a New York Times bestselling cookbook author and nice Jewish boy from NYC. After working in some of NYC’s best restaurants and test kitchens, he wrote his first book, Jew-ish, about his love of modern Jewish cooking and baking. His sophomore book, I Could Nosh, became available on September 12th. Jake and his recipes have been featured on Rachael Ray, The Drew Barrymore Show, Live with Kelly and Ryan, Good Morning America, The Food Network, The New York Times, Food & Wine, The Wall Street Journal, Bon Appetit, and Forbes (making the 30 Under 30 list in 2022 for Food & Drink), among others. When he’s not posting challah-braiding videos and recipes on his Instagram and TikTok (@jakecohen), he’s eating around New York City with his husband Alex.

Host: Michelle Starkman

Michelle Starkman was appointed AJU’s Vice President of Communications in March 2020. In this position, Michelle is responsible for leading the university’s internal and external communications strategies, including media relations. Michelle also oversees digital content, manages the University’s marketing strategy, advertising, and serves on the university’s senior team. Prior to joining AJU in 2017, Michelle served as Admissions and Marketing Director of a local Jewish day school, and as the Director of Marketing and Communications for a local management consulting firm. Michelle holds an MBA from Pepperdine’s Graziadio School of Business, and an M.A. and B.A. in Political Science from Cal State Northridge.