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What to Do on Valentine’s Day 2018 in Tel Aviv and Israel

Light your Fire at Milgo & Milbar Following the lines of modern French cuisine with an incredible wine menu, Chef Moti Titman created a variety of dishes to be shared in all shades of red and orange. The atmosphere will also complement special cocktails in fiery red hues. On The Menu: A fish soup with crystal shrimps, salmon confit bruschetta, red tuna with lobster gnocchi and more. Time: Evening … Continue reading What to Do on Valentine’s Day 2018 in Tel Aviv and Israel

Bakeoff Israel Starts Saturday at 9 pm

Israel’s version of ” The Great British Bakeoff ” starts Saturday at 9p.m.  This new  show that brings home bakers into the spotlight promises a myriad of baking inspiration showcasing ordinary people making extraordinary cakes. The show is judged by Carine Goren, known for her baking cookbooks that have changed the Israel baking scene, Ran Shmueli, the chef behind Claro, Israel’s   well-loved Farm-to Table … Continue reading Bakeoff Israel Starts Saturday at 9 pm

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Live Global Telecast on Passover Cooking with Executive Chef Nir Elkayam of Inbal Hotel

What are you making for Passover? Do you need a little help? The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel is set to share its legendary and eclectic holiday recipes with the world, in the first-ever live Passover cooking broadcast, hosted by award-winning Executive Chef Nir Elkayam. The  cooking session will be broadcasted live from the Inbal’s kitchen onTuesday, March 24 at 18.00 IST, with people around the world … Continue reading Live Global Telecast on Passover Cooking with Executive Chef Nir Elkayam of Inbal Hotel

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Shuk Ha Carmel, Tel Aviv

This is my absolute favorite place in Israel. It is the Tel Aviv Market also known as Shuk Ha Carmel. This is a bustling market filled with rows and rows of vegetables and fruit, spices, breads, toys and clothing of all kinds. The selection of bread is out of control. I love dried fruit, especially these that come in every shape and size. I am … Continue reading Shuk Ha Carmel, Tel Aviv

Jerusalem, Cookbook Review

I am in love with this book beyond words. I love anything that has to do with Yotam Ottolenghi. A year ago, I wrote a review of Plenty, the vegetable cookbook by the same chef. Plenty is my favorite cookbook. Everyone knows that bloggers should never say they have a favorite anything. I mean, we are supposed to not be able to choose, just like … Continue reading Jerusalem, Cookbook Review