CommunityFaces & PlacesFaces & Places – Jewish Food FestivalBy Jackie Headapohl - 09/27/2018 6:00 AM220Soul Cafe in West Bloomfield manager Shalom Shomer of West Bloomfield and Chef Kelly Ambrosi of Livonia show some of the dishes available at Soul Cafe.Jewish Food Festival, Shed 5, Eastern Market, Detroit August 26, 2018PHOTOS BY JERRY ZOLYNSKY These booths are part of the Jewish Food Festival, which was housed mainly inside Shed 5 of the Eastern Market in Detroit on Sunday, Aug. 26. The main sponsor for the annual event was Hazon. Friendship Circle member Jamie Reedholm of Berkley helps Aryeh Leyb Pinson, 5, and his sister Shayna Pinson, 8, both of Detroit, create a food button to wear. Soul Cafe in West Bloomfield manager Shalom Shomer of West Bloomfield and Chef Kelly Ambrosi of Livonia show some of the dishes available at Soul Cafe. Judy Rosen of Southfield spins the wheel to see what she won as Bentzi Geisinsky of Chabad of Bingham Farms watches. Cooking demonstrator and cookbook author Paula Shoyer of Chevy Chase, Md., shows the group how to make Tzimmis Puree. Baker Sara Molinaro of Zingerman’s Bakehouse shows the gathered how to make flaky strudel dough. Brittany Feldman of Ferndale with Hazon, right, talks to a group inside Hazon’s Topsy Turvy Bus, which runs on used vegetable oil. Shoyer signs her cookbook for JoAnne Levy of Troy.RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORSchmoozing with Chef Julia ComisarFenster Launches ‘How To Start A Business’Friendship Circle’s 14th Annual Walk4Friendship is a Big HitLEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyPlease enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address!Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.