Chef Mia Chiarella of Mia Mia Raw Bar and Ristorante in Wildwood is serving as guest chef for Beth Judah Temple’s spring fundraiser on Thursday, April 11, 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Temple’s Social Hall, Spencer and Pacific Avenues in Wildwood.
Chef Mia will work from the Temple’s kitchen and prepare a dinner of pasta primavera, salad and dessert for take-out. Limited seating is available for dining in.
Tickets are $18, and the event is open to the public. Reserve your dinner by sending a check to: Beth Judah Temple, PO Box 1183, Wildwood, NJ 08260. Please include the number of take-out vs. dine-in dinners with your check. The deadline for reservations is April 8. Dinners may be picked up between 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. on April 11.
Proceeds from the event help offset the costs of day-to-day operations and maintenance for the historic Wildwood temple, which was completed in 1929.
For more information, phone the Beth Judah office at 609-522-7541 or visit Beth Judah Wildwood on Facebook. Located at the corner of Spencer and Pacific Avenues in Wildwood, Beth Judah is Cape May County’s only active synagogue. The congregation celebrated its centennial in 2014. For details about the synagogue, visit www.bethjudahtemple.org
Chef Mia Chiarella’s family has been cooking in Wildwood since 1969, when they opened the original Chiarella’s. For more information about Mia Mia, visit www.eatatmiamia.com