#CookingWithUIA Launches with Israeli Flavour

April 27, 2020 by Community newsdesk
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UIA launched its first online cooking event recently with Israeli celebrity chef and television personality, Moshe Segev.

Moshe Segev

Over 600 supporters tuned in from Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and beyond on the Zoom webinar, as Segev demonstrated four of his signature dishes for participants to either cook themselves or simply relax and watch along. Participants also had the chance to ask questions that Segev answered live.

Owning five award-winning restaurants across Israel and cooking regularly for the Prime Minister, Moshe brings culinary combinations from around the world to the Israeli kitchen.

UIA will be hosting future online cooking events with other renowned chefs, with details to be announced shortly.

UIA CEO Yair Miller said: “The feedback we are receiving from the range of unique and exciting online events and lectures UIA is holding has been so gratifying. Keeping our UIA global family connected during these unprecedented times has been the priority for us and the results so far have been remarkable. It is great to see the community responding so well to the usual first-rate UIA events – only now moved online!”

UIA is also offering additional initiatives to connect with the community, including weekly online Israel Updates for NSW supporters on Tuesdays at 1.30pm. CEO Yair Miller and Shlicha Jasmine Malul provide an in-depth analysis of the latest events in Israel and opportunity for Q&A, with special guests often joining the webinar.

UIA VIC supporters will have the opportunity to participate in two upcoming webinars. On Thursday 30 April at 8pm, Dr Nir Tsuk – who advises and lectures citizen organisations, entrepreneurs, government bodies and companies will address ‘Innovation in Times of Crisis’.

An online Havdalah Ceremony will be held on Saturday 2 May at 7pm with Rabbi Shmuel from Elwood Shule and UIA Executive Director and Shaliach Idan Goldberger, who will share his story of his critical injury during service in the IDF.

For more information on UIA NSW online events contact [email protected]

For more information on UIA VIC online events contact [email protected]

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