Shellie Barer, left, and Izzy’s Catering’s Jered Mond are the proud winners of the Inaugural Charlotte Jewish Film Festival Chicken Soup Contest. Barer won the Critic’s Choice Award, and Mond won the Fan’s Favorite Award. Barer hopes that next year’s contest is for baking hamantaschen (a three-sided cookie) because that is easier to carry than four gallons of hot soup.
Shellie Barer, left, and Izzy’s Catering’s Jered Mond are the proud winners of the Inaugural Charlotte Jewish Film Festival Chicken Soup Contest. Barer won the Critic’s Choice Award, and Mond won the Fan’s Favorite Award. Barer hopes that next year’s contest is for baking hamantaschen (a three-sided cookie) because that is easier to carry than four gallons of hot soup. MARISSA BROOKS
Shellie Barer, left, and Izzy’s Catering’s Jered Mond are the proud winners of the Inaugural Charlotte Jewish Film Festival Chicken Soup Contest. Barer won the Critic’s Choice Award, and Mond won the Fan’s Favorite Award. Barer hopes that next year’s contest is for baking hamantaschen (a three-sided cookie) because that is easier to carry than four gallons of hot soup. MARISSA BROOKS

Charlotte Jewish Film Festival hosts chicken-soup contest

July 30, 2015 04:13 PM

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