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Joy of Israel 6 – City of David With Israeli...

 

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This here is part 1 of the amazing 2-part cooking show we produced with beloved Israeli Master Chef Tom Franz!!!!! (I know that’s lots of exclamation points but I am super-duper excited!!!! Can you tell?!??!?!) In the heart of Biblical Jerusalem, in the gorgeous City of David courtyard, under the shade of olive trees, in front of a live audience, we prepared (as in Tom cooked and I helped) 3 recipes featuring the 7 Super Foods of the Bible aka the Sheva Minim: wheat, barley, figs, dates, pomegranates, grapes (wine), and olives (oil).


 

Joy of Israel 5 – City of David Tour

 

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I had lots of trouble writing this intro because my experience at the City of David, Biblical Jerusalem was so extraordinary, so moving, so breathtaking, so meaningful and so emotional. So… instead of continuing to try and put it into words I figured I would just show you. Watch this.


 

Creamy Baked Ziti Video

 

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Get the full recipe for my Creamy Baked Ziti here.


 

Challah Onion Pockets

 

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You can find the recipe here and make your own onion pockets – or even apple pockets!


 

How To Make A Layered Cocktail

 

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We are back with Tomer Narkis, from Duvdevan Events on behalf of Morad Winery.  In this video Tomer teaches us more cocktail tips and tricks. First we learned how to make a Summer Breeze, then we made a Chocolatey Nutty Night Cap and now we learn how to make a beautiful chocolate and cream layered cocktail. Press play to get all the secrets.


 

Watch How To Make a Night Cap Cocktail

 

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Building on what we learned from Tomer in the first Morad Winery Video where we made the Summer Breeze Cocktail, here we learn to make a night cap.


 

Joy of Israel 4 – A Fruit Cocktail at Morad...

 

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Mango Strawberry Soup

 

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Chicken Tacos

 

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Warm Salmon Salad

 

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Watch Jamie Geller prepare this fabulous Salmon Salad perfect all year round.


 

Fish Fusilli

 

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Here’s the companion video to my delectable Spinach and Feta Fish Bites. Fish Fusilli is a fast and easy complete meal that will satisfy even the fussiest eaters.

This yummy Quick & Kosher recipe uses frozen gefilte fish. Fill your freezer, because pre-seasoned frozen gefilte fish is a really versatile ingredient that will save you lots of time.


 

Red and Green Coleslaw

 

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How to Make Cinnamon Buns

 

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Jamie shows you how easy it is to make these delicious Cinnamon Buns Cinnamon Buns from Challah Dough.


 

Matzo Ball Recipe Video

 

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There’s no debate.  At least not in this house.  Hubby likes light, fluffy, soft, pillowy, perfectly round matzo balls that cut like butter and require no teeth to eat.  So that’s what he gets.  And the kids know no different, so they love their knaidelach like that too. Truth be told I also have a little thing for hard-as-a-rock-get-me-a-chainsaw matzo balls.  But I don’t even know how to make them.

To unload my burdened soul I will have you know I used to make my perfect matzah balls out of a mix.  But I was really good at it.  And they were really round and really pretty and really tasty and really light and really elicited lots of compliments. So when I first came to Israel and was crying shopping in the supermarket with my cousin Bracha (the same darling of a Bracha who gave me this Turkey Hummus recipe and asked her where I could find the matzah ball mix… she was like WHAT?!?!  “they’re so easy to make – I’m giving you my recipe!”


 

Shortcut Matbucha Shakshuka Video *Giveaway*

 

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I’m kind of a connoisseur when it comes to Shakshuka.  The fact that I have ordered it in most every restaurant that serves it should certainly qualify me as an expert of some sort, dontchya think?

I have had Spinach and Cream Shakshuka at Café Rimon in Mamilla, an open air mall outside the Old City of Jerusalem.  I have had Leek and Eggplant Shakshuka at Gavna an outdoor cafe overlooking the Judean Hills in the Gush and I have had the traditional tomato and pepper Shakshuka at café chains across the country and at Ikea’s kosher cafeteria in Rishon L’Ziyon.  I have eaten Shakshuka both with and without both  Feta and Bulgarian cheeses, both with runny and firm yolks and both spicy hot and not spicy enough.  I love it.  In truth, I just adore it still, this after 18 months of making it my mission to try every Shakshuka in Israel.