You’ve never tasted hummus like this before!
New research conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with Sabra examined how food can bridge gaps and create connections. A poll of more than 2,000 Americans revealed that 84% believe food genuinely has the power to welcome and connect people of different cultures and backgrounds.
Today, through November 24th, Sabra presents Whirled Peas a pop up dedicated to culinary and cultural collaboration. Six Groundbreaking Chefs — Esther Choi, Jet Tila, Wes Avila, Deborah VanTrece, Kwame Onwauchi and Einat Admony are releasing a series of hummus focused menus that will forever change the way you think of hummus … and may food in general.
“We are so excited to open the doors at Sabra’s first pop up in NYC. Hummus is a simple and delicious, plant-based food… a bowl of whirled chickpeas with tahini (ground sesame seeds) aromatic herbs and rich oils,” said Jason Levine, Sabra CMO. “Hummus is Mediterranean in origin, yet we believe food has a transcending ability to connect us, which is the idea behind this pop-up experience. We are partnering with a group of brilliant chefs, with diverse culinary and cultural experiences, to reinterpret hummus and showcase the unexpected versatility and relatability of this nourishing and flavorful food. From hummus with tacos to tahini and Thai Pho, delicious things can happen when we connect in the kitchen. We think you’ll want to try this at home.”
Chefs Esther Choi and Jet Tila have already been on site and even Bobby Flay stopped by to enjoy the food. To grab a seat that the table, visit resy.com.
As you know we are focused on bringing you various types events that are different from the norm and meant to inspire you in a special way. This is one of those events and even more special because it relates to food. And you know how much we love to eat!