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Rosh Hashanah Recipes – Images by Danny Lerner

 

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We are so lucky today to introduce you to a fantastic Israeli food photographer.  Danny has graciously shared with us a beautiful menu with Israeli inspiration for our Rosh Hashanah feast.

Who is Danny?  Danny Lerner is considered a specialist in foods of the Mediterranean Region (North African, Eastern Mediterranean and Southern European).   Danny enjoys photographing its bold flavors. The golden olive oil, pungent onion and garlic, aromatic spices, sweet honey and wine – all gracefully come alive in his work.

In the Mediterranean the light is clear, bright and warm. Under this light many ethnic groups blend together in a fresh feast of multicolored delicacies.  Danny brings a direct connection with Israel and its lovely flavors, a personal encounter with the contemporary Mediterranean cuisine as seen though his lens.

A graduate of Jerusalem’s Bezalel Academy of Art & Design, Danny Lerner is one of the top professionals in the Israeli market today. Based in Tel Aviv for the last fifteen years, he works for Israel’s major food companies and magazines.

When Danny is not shooting for local food manufacturers and ad agencies, he is photographing dishes for Laisha, a prominent Israeli women’s magazine.  Often he is on assignment, perhaps in a vineyard or a boutique cheese maker.
Or he might just be enjoying some playtime, experimenting with different shots and food just for fun, in an intimate test shot session. He has photographed seven very successful Israeli cookbooks, featuring among other themes, Jewish
holiday dishes, seafood, stuffed foods, the art of baking and homemade breads.

And now onto the food…

Did you ever think of using cinnamon sticks as skewers?  Me neither, but what a great idea!

Lamb Kebabs on Cinnamon Sticks with Date and Mango Chutney

Serve this gorgeous chicken over a glass of sparkling wine, if that is too fancy for you, just serve it on its own.

Baked Phyllo Pastry Chicken

Now onto a Baked Duck Breast best served alongside Honey Pumpkin.  With Rosh Hashanah coming so late this year, pumpkin is the perfect side dish.

Baked Duck Breast Stuffed with Dried Fruits

One more side dish is this fabulous Couscous Salad with Tomato Confit and Asparagus, colorful, alive and just what the doctor ordered.

Couscous Salad with Baked Tomatoes and Asparagus

And finally you can finish the meal with a luscious fig tart.

Vanilla Fig Tart

These pictures show how good the food can look, I know it can be intimidating, but these recipes are easier than they look, so give them a try, you won’t be disappointed.
Recipes are
Photographed by Danny Lerner
Courtesy of Laisha Magazine
Senior Chef Michal Levi Elhallel
Junior chef Zahi Ben Shbaath
Styling Pesi Barnitzki
You may see Danny Lerner’s work at
www.dannylerner.com
www.dannylerner.tumblr.com
or follow him on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Studio.DannyLerner
Contact: pathiraldo@yahoo.com

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About Tamar Genger MA, RD

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Tamar lives in New York and is the mother of three amazing children, a Registered Dietitian, professor of Nutrition, and as you can probably guess, a foodie! Tamar loves to travel with her family and visits kosher restaurants wherever she goes. Although she loves the sights, she spends more time talking about the restaurants and food she ate! As a mom and a nutritionist, Tamar tries to balance her passion for healthy cooking with her insatiable desire for chocolate! Find more on Google

 

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2 Responses to Rosh Hashanah Recipes – Images by Danny Lerner

  1. If you need a great lamb kabob recipe on a cinnamon stick- check out this Rosh Hashanah recipe!
    http://thejewishhostess.com/2010/11/ground-lamb-on-a-cinnamon-stick-by-debbie-gindi/

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