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something exotically tasty : Pomegrante tabbouleh

Pomegranate Tabbouleh With Crunchy Falafel, Baba-G and Tahini Sauce Makes 18 to 20 falafel; serves 4 to 6 FOR THE FALAFEL ½ pound (1 cup) dried chickpeas, soaked overnight and drained ½ small Spanish yellow onion, coarsely chopped 4 garlic … Continue reading

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Siberian supper

The Russian-Ukranian roots dictate: Snow=Broscht  A  nice Borscht soup for supper (Some may add cream) A quick easy Recipie for the busy /lazy or both  :  of course you are welcome to buy the beet, peel,  dice it  to cubes and cook … Continue reading

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latkes for Chanuka

Traditional potatoe pancakes for Chanuka are called Latkes.   עבור 4 מנות                                   serves four portions 2-3 תפוחי אדמה בגודל בינוני, קלופים     … Continue reading

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Tamara’s Tel Aviv “coolest” place

December-frozen yogurt with lots and lots of fruit ;i love sugared pecans,granatapple,kiwi ,strawberries and dark chocolate! It ‘s “only”20 degrees celcius but COOL to sit in a swing and eat coconut yogurt with fresh fruit and watch people and cars … Continue reading

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Jaffa at sunset

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Dog soup

An astonishing shabbat; Kabbala center and shabbat meal with traditional Israeli food Jachnun from Yemen, The leftovers  i gave to homeless person no. 4 ,sleeping on a sheet on the main street Then soup at Smadar with Logo,jack Russel. Posted … Continue reading

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challaha for shabbat″ youtube offers various youtube clips to teach you how to bake a challah  for shabbat.  Interesting to note that Ch-allah, had the Arab word for G-d  within it “Allaha”, a fact that perhaps some Orthodox jews might not find a … Continue reading

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