BEST PLACES FOR FOODIES IN ISRAEL!
If you’ve been to Israel before, you know that whether you are eating in a local café or a trendy restaurant, you can pretty much guarantee a fresh and delicious meal. In fact, you have probably also noticed that there is an abundance of vegetables in Israel and each has their own distinct taste and flavor. If you haven’t been to Israel before, then a world of culinary discovery awaits. Foodies like me tend to plan their trips around food and wine. So here are some ideas for culinary experiences you must not miss on your next Israel food tour.Read More
The first couple days of Chef Michael Solomonov's Culinary Tour of Israel
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Reasons to Tour Israel in the Spring
The spring in Israel is spectacularly beautiful. The hills and mountains in the Golan and Galilee in the North of Israel become vibrant green and wild flowers begin to fill open fields with vibrant and unexpected pops of color. The temperature during the day is comfortable throughout the country, usually in the 60’s or low 70’s. The nights are pleasant and even possibly a little chilly, depending on where in the country you are.Read More
Israel is a Small but Outstanding CountryRead More
Anthony Bourdain in JerusalemSeason 2 of "Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown" premieres Sunday, September 15 at 9 p.m. ET with the host and crew making their first trip to Israel, the West Bank and Gaza.
Ah, Jerusalem! A New Musical (in English)
Presented by Bernie Kukoff & Danny PallerHistory of the Show...After living in Jerusalem for 25 years composer-lyricist Danny Paller imagined a new entertainment for English-speaking tourists – a musical-theater adventure set in Jerusalem. He felt there were too few cultural offerings geared to a tourist’s experience – especially for English-speakers – and that a musical would provide a refreshingly creative encounter with the city and its unique past. Enter Ah, Jerusalem a new musical.
Jewish culinary traditions often date back to Biblical times. Yet while Jews as a people have endured for over 3000 years, the modern state of Israel is relatively young.
Tel Aviv, My Home Town.Read More