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Category: FoodTalks

Wine, Taste and Democracy

On Natural Wines and the Evolution of Taste What is natural wine, and how is it different from the wines we drink and love? Why do we think that some bouquets and appearances are good, and others not so much? Join us for a conversation about wine, democracy, and the tastes. From the beginnings of […]

Not by Kugel Alone

A panel of Haredi women entrepreneurs in culinary arts What comes to your mind when you hear the phrase “Haredi food”? If you find yourself thinking of kugel, kreplach, and gefilte fish, think again! The ongoing culinary revolution taking place around the globe, in which food is an object of desire first and a necessity […]

From Licorice to the Jerusalem Artichoke

The Secrets behind the Names of Foods Named for the Capital The renaissance that Jerusalem’s culinary culture is undergoing is no surprise. Years of unique culinary identity and tradition that no other city in Israel can boast formed a strong foundation and constituted fertile ground for rebirth. So strong is Jerusalem’s identity when it comes […]

The Taste Train that Runs from East to West and Back

A unique collaboration for the OpenRestaurants Festival between Citypass Light Rail and the Bitemojo smartphone app Train travel was never this tasty! The OpenRestaurants Festival and the Bitemojo application offer you an experience of flavors from all over — from the Mahane Yehuda market to the Old City and Damascus Gate. Given a choice between […]

Culinary Fuckup Nights

Jerusalem Fuckup Nights: Jerusalem’s Culinary World So the egg broke in the batter, or you used salt instead of baking soda, or you burned the steak. No need for drama — there are culinary catastrophes far worse than yours! If you have never heard about Fuckup Nights, it is time you did! This new entrepreneurial […]

The Future Is Here

A conversation about the future of human presence and the realm of culinary artistry Technology has taken over our lives, making them easier and more convenient. But it has also increased alienation — stimuli are everywhere, and it is hard to avoid temptation. The immediate need for human presence in a given space is decreasing, […]