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Category: FoodTalks

Ottolenghi’s Anthology: Memories, traditions and Jerusalem food

Behind the success of Jerusalem: A Cookbook, Jerusalem born Yotam Ottolenghi & Sami Tamimi’s bestselling and award winning book, lies an extensive research into the fare of the capital: Home cooks, archives and visits to culinary institutions.At “Abraham Hostel”, Nomi Abeliovich will take us on a tour of her research for the book and as a […]

Food memories

This activity will be held in Hebrew Much of our personal memories which make up our private history is connected to food. How do we transform these memories to recipes? How do smells from our childhood become photoghraphs? And how do we add texts to those memories? When history is young and lacking food traditions, […]

Éclair & Moccasins

This activity will be held in Hebrew Tal Spiegel, the pastry chef straight from Paris will take you to a world which is one big dessert. His Instagram project Desserted in Paris with shots of stunningly crafted desserts posed over color coordinated shoes, has captured the world of patisseries by a storm. On his lecture […]

Follow Your Dreams

This activity will be held in Hebrew For millions of users worldwide, Instagram is just a smart phone app or a hobby. Some have turned it into a profession, but for pastry chef Alon Shabo (in the past of Shulchan and Chadar Ochel), an Instagram personality with over 14,500 followers, it was the road to […]

Vegan Culinary – It exists!

This activity will be held in Hebrew Over the last few years, Israel has experienced a vegan revolution, and has emerged as one of the vegan culinary centers of the world. In her lecture at “THE POST”, Ori Shavit, a pioneer of the vegan movement and the founder of Miss Kaplan restaurant, will describe the journey of […]

The evolvement of Machane Yehuda – From a backdoor market to a culinary pearl

This activity will be held in Hebrew Uri Amedi is the man who led the rehabilitation of the Machane Yehuda market after two decades of neglect. Uri Amedi is a social and community activist, who heads the renovation of outdoor markets and holds seminars on social change.In the meeting at “Haba Tartoria”, Amedi will talk […]

FOODFABLAB – when culinary art and design get together

This activity will be held in Hebrew FOODFABLAB, a project initiated and led by Ayala Moses was born from understanding that processes that take place in the chef’s kitchen and those happening in the designer’s workshops are actually very similar.On her food talk at Beit Hansen, Moses will present a peek into the exciting projects […]

The Embarrassing Food Waste of Israeli Households

This activity will be held in Hebrew Efrat Elimelech, a researcher at the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management at the University of Haifa and environmental consultant, will speak at “Muslala – Klal builiding rooftop” and will take you on a journey about our waste, to try to figure out how much waste we […]

Authentic food – not what you thought

This activity will be held in Hebrew No Jewish food has been as berated as the East European, Ashkenazy food. Historian and food researcher and author of the bestseller “Shmaltz” Shmil Hollander will speak at “Tmol Shilshom” and will take us to the granny stories and Ashkenazy folklore, and tell of his research into the […]

A Feast For The Eyes – Art & Food

This activity will be held in Hebrew Art curator Keren Bargil has located artists focusing on food and chefs and foodies whose works are pieces of art and created an exhibition that have smudged the borders between edible and non-edible art.  Since childhood, Bargil has busied herself with the connection between art and food, starting […]

The Magic of Flavor & Senses

This activity will be held in Hebrew How many flavors does the tongue recognize? Can we discover more flavors? How does our sense of taste change and develop? And what does it have to do  with panda bears? All that and more, at a hands-on, tasty workshop on “The first station “. For children from […]