The company WoodSpoon, founded in 2019, sells and delivers meals prepared by chefs and home cooks, often with backgrounds from outside the United States. To bolster your repertory for Rosh Hashana, the Jewish High Holiday that starts at sundown on Sept. 25, it has scheduled a free virtual cooking class for Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. with Alon Hadar, an Israeli chef living in Brooklyn who was previously a chef at Homemade by Miriam in TriBeCa. He will demonstrate how to make his stuffed kubbeh matzo balls and his multicultural cacio e pepe Jerusalem kugel, a dish with angel hair pasta, pecorino, abundant pepper and also sweetness, from a caramelized sugar core and glaze. (He said his inspiration is also American mac and cheese.) There’s no charge, but registration is required.
Rosh Hashana Cooking Class, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m., registration @eatwoodspoon.