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Best known for her double Emmy and double James Beard-nominated PBS series Pati's Mexican Table, Pati Jinich is an award-winning chef, TV personality, cookbook author, and food writer.
The daughter of Jewish refugees to Mexico, Pati has immersed in the culture and culinary underpinnings of Latin America while never forgetting her Jewish roots. As Pati explains her take on Jewish-Mexican fusion, she will also discuss her own journey, and show us what it means it embrace not only your present but also your past.
On Thursday, November 16 at 7:00PM, the World Affairs Council in partnership with one of the best restaurants in Atlanta, The General Muir, is presenting an exciting evening of Jewish-Mexican cuisine with chef and television personality Pati Jinich. Pati – and everyone calls her Pati -- designed the menu with acclaimed Chef Todd Ginsberg. Todd’s team from The General Muir will execute it.
You will also have the chance to taste the Goza Tequila, a premium craft tequila made from hand-selected blue agave, which grows only in the in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico.
The lagniappe: Each couple will receive a copy of Mexican Today, Pati’s new book.
Do not miss this fun evening where Mexican and Jewish cuisine come together for unique culinary experience.
Sponsored tables for 6 available for $750: A shout-out in all of our social media platforms, includes signed copies of Pati's book, and a bottle of GOZA Handcraft tequila.
To become a member e-mail Alice Dossche at Membership@wacatlanta.org
In celebration of International Education Week 2017 at Georgia State University. Learn more at http://international.gsu.edu/IEW
Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 7:00pm
The General Muir Restaurant at Emory Point 1540 Avenue Place, Atlanta, GA 30329