To understand what’s different about the way grilling is done in Israel compared to the typical American backyard, it pays to tune in to a rooftop session for 92nd Street Y by Israeli chef Michael Solomonov of his Brooklyn restaurant Laser Wolf, where charcoal rules. With cookbook author Eden Grinshpan as his sidekick, he demonstrates several Israeli-style lightly charred kebabs. It is part of Roundtable, the new interactive video platform for courses from 92nd Street Y, New York.
Israeli Grilling with Michael Solomonov and Eden Grinshpan, Aug. 10, 1 p.m., $25. 92nd Street Y, New York, 212-415-5500, roundtable.org.
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