Atlanta Jewish Times   

PUBLISHED January 15, 2020

It’s a panoply, buffet, smorgasbord of choices that only Sundance revelers could mimic.


As they ask at the Varsity, “What’ll you have?” Romcoms, drama, documentaries, classics, shorts, narratives, dancing, or chasing a polar bear under water. The crescendos of Jewish life will soon be exposed for our viewing pleasure at the 2020 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival Feb. 10-27. The Jan. 9 preview party for the 20th anniversary film festival, “Years of Storytelling,” was teased at the Sandy Springs Byers Theatre, one of the main venues of the festival.

The atrium lobby was alive with Added Touch Catering food complexity. For comfort food, there was macaroni and cheese, passed hot beet borscht, mashed potatoes and grilled salmon. Israeli “comfort food” included humongous, artfully arranged falafel bowls atop quinoa salad alongside colorful raw veggies, cheeses, berries and nuts, with more passing such as Turkey Cubans. Artistic conversation always accompanies eating with this crowd of patrons and sponsors.

The Lowdown: Sandra & Clive Bank

by Marcia Caller Jaffe

Atlanta Jewish Times   

PUBLISHED December 23, 2019

Atlanta is chock full of interesting movers and shakers, some bent on creativity, public persona, empire building and activism, others on just plain having fun and living the good life. Lean in to hear some off the cuff remarks about what makes catering magnates Sandra and Clive Bank tick.

Atlanta Jewish Times   

PUBLISHED December 23, 2019

After two months of neck-to-neck voting, Added Touch Catering & Events emerged as the winner of the AJT’s 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year Award. As selected by our readers, Added Touch has been a staple in Atlanta’s upscale catering scene for nearly three decades and includes divisions A Kosher Touch and A Healthy Touch.

Atlanta Jewish Times   

PUBLISHED November 22, 2018

As the final weekend of the 27th Edition of the Book Festival of the MJCCA winds down, chef restaurateurs Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook hit just the right spot. An Israeli feast featuring selected recipes from their newly published “Israeli Soul” cookbook was prepared by Sandra and Clive Bank of A Kosher Touch.

The “In the Mood for Israeli Street Food” presentation at noon Nov. 15 aptly kept all 205 of us “in the mood” with a bounteous, colorful buffet. On the menu was Turkish salad, string beans doused in hummus, individual pita stuffed falafel, sour pickles, traditional tahini, zucchini schnitzel, and cabbage-onion sumac salad (my favorite), followed by sufganiyot. (Chanukah-themed donut holes).

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