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Egyptian Street Food Tasting | SF

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Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Mission Bay Branch Library | 960 4th St, San Francisco, CA



Middle Eastern Heritage Festival 2017 | SF

The San Francisco Public Library celebrates Middle Eastern Heritage Month in September 2017 with a wide array of programs in recognition of the diverse histories, cultures and traditions from the Middle East.

Visit the Main Library to learn about the “cradle of civilization” from Dr. Abdul Jabbar. Taste delectable Egyptian street food cuisine at Mission Bay and view an Arabic dance performance by Heaven Mousalem at Western Addition. Families and folk of all ages will enjoy Middle Eastern cultural celebrations held at several branches with performances, games, crafts and food.

Visit sfpl.org/MiddleEasternHeritage for more details.  View the complete Program Guide (PDF).

Middle Eastern Heritage Festival 2017
September 1-30. 2017
San Francisco Public Library
FREE (some events require registration)

Saturday, September 30, 2017
Middle Eastern Heritage Festival 2017 | SF

Come celebrate the heart and soul of Egypt. Join San Francisco chef, and restaurant owner, Sausan, to learn more about Egyptian street food. Sausan will prepare and share three dishes: Mulukhia (leafy vegetable broth or stew), Fuul (cooked fava beans), and Kushary (comforting bowl of lentils and rice, pasta, and chickpeas).

Participants will get to taste these three authentic Egyptian cuisines, and learn more about Egyptian food, history and culture. Recipes will be distributed to attendees. Space is limited. Please call 415.355.2838 to register.


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Cost: FREE

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