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Art-inspired vegan recipes for health and healing

Art-inspired vegan recipes for health and healing

Maayan Ora’s name means ‘Wellspring of Light’ in Hebrew and she spreads her inner light through her plant-based food. Maayan Ora, originally from Montreal, is a vegan who uses her love of art to create delicious and vibrant recipes. She is in her second year of blogging online about healing foods and plans to open […]

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Microgreens from tiny Israel offer big taste and nutrition

Microgreens from tiny Israel offer big taste and nutrition

Israeli company 2BFresh exports ready-to-use microgreens to North America, Europe, and Asia – and not just for garnishing plates. Even Buckingham Palace is getting in on the act. If you’re looking for ways to improve your diet (and who isn’t in these coronavirus times), you don’t need to look much further than the fashionable microgreens […]

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Ancient Jewish dish becomes melting pot of Israeli cuisine

Ancient Jewish dish becomes melting pot of Israeli cuisine

Moshe Genzler lifts the lid off a huge aluminum pot, thrusts in a massive spoon and dishes out a steaming portion of beans, potatoes, and beef. It is a Thursday evening at Maadaniat Chef, a small restaurant in the central Israeli ultra-Orthodox city of Bnei Brak specializing in traditional eastern European Jewish food. The gefilte […]

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The delicious reemergence of freekeh in Israeli cuisine

The delicious reemergence of freekeh in Israeli cuisine

Like boutique wine, olive oil and other specialties that were slowly revived, the green grain is finding its place in modern Israeli cooking. In the world of ancient super grains, South American quinoa now shares a throne with an unusual grain called freekeh, at least in Israeli cuisine. Asmoked green wheat, it’s been all over […]

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KING DAVID HOTEL EXECUTIVE CHEF NAMED ISRAEL’S “CHEF OF THE YEAR” BY GAULT & MILLAU

KING DAVID HOTEL EXECUTIVE CHEF NAMED ISRAEL’S “CHEF OF THE YEAR” BY GAULT & MILLAU

Dan Hotels’ David “Dudu” Biton, the executive chef of the iconic King David Hotel in Jerusalem, was named Israel’s “Chef of the Year” by coveted French food guide, Gault & Millau. La Regence, the hotel’s fine-dining restaurant helmed by Chef Biton, was awarded the highest score among restaurants throughout the country. On Sunday, November 24, Gault & Millau celebrated Israel’s burgeoning […]

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10 best restaurants to grab a bite at Carmel Market TLV

10 best restaurants to grab a bite at Carmel Market TLV

Carmel Market is great for finding exceptionally fresh seasonal fruits and veggies and shopping for specialty products. So it’s no surprise that the restaurants there are incredible. Who can resist Tel Aviv’s colorful, vivacious marketplaces? The sights, smells and sounds can be intoxicating. For some, this is part of the reason they make the leap […]

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MAMILLA HOTEL TO PARTICIPATE IN 4TH ANNUAL OPENRESTAURANTS™ JERUSALEM FESTIVAL

MAMILLA HOTEL TO  PARTICIPATE IN 4TH ANNUAL OPENRESTAURANTS™ JERUSALEM FESTIVAL

The luxury hotel is hosting events at Mirror Bar & Happy Fish Restaurant as part of the city’s annual urban culinary festival,  November 19-23, 2019 Mamilla Hotel, Alrov Group’s five-star, design-led luxury hotel located just outside Jerusalem’s Old City gates, is participating in the fourth annual OpenRestaurants™ Jerusalem with a series of events at Mirror Bar and Happy Fish, two […]

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