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The 3rd Quadrennial

Kugl Kukh-Off 2012

Kugl, kigl, kugeleh.
Lokshn (noodles). Bulbes (potatoes). Foie gras?

kugl chunkWhatever you call it and whatever you put in it, kugl is the ultimate in American Jewish culinary creativity, that sweet or savory dish that seems to find its way to your plate at every holiday and family gathering.

On Sunday, December 9, put your kugl to the test. Bring your best kugl (or bring your tasting fork) and prepare for a day that will make you question everything you thought you knew about kugl.

This year, the Kukh-Off will be part of the Silverlake Independent JCC‘s annual Festival of Lights including live entertainment and lots of fun for the whole family!

[su_note note_color=”#ffce66″ radius=”5″]11:00-12 pm • Kugl drop-off and registration
12-2 pm • Kugl tasting and festivity
2 pm • Announcement of awards

kugl grabbing

Festival of Lights Admission:
Adults: No charge
Kids: $15 (includes unlimited merry-making and kugl)

All the kugl you could want: $2
Free kids admission and kugl tasting with a kugl entry!

Silverlake Independent Jewish Community Center (SIJCC)
1110 Bates Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90029
click here for a map


The 3rd Quadrennial Kugl Kukh-Off is made possible with the generous support of Alliance for California Traditional Arts