- A culinary exploration of the holy city with plenty of insider tips
- The culinary heritage of three millennia and a variety of cultures
- That's the taste of Jerusalem! Cookbook, restaurant guide, and pleasure reading
Extent: 256 pages
Format: 20 cm x 27.5 cm
gold foil embossing, ribbon
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Jerusalem cuisine is colourful, dynamic, young, and creative. No matter what dishes visitors to the city decide to try, everything revolves around culinary delight and good-humoured company. The author presents selected restaurants, cafés, and bars, shares her recipes, tells us stories of how they came about and provides portraits of relevant chefs. Thanks to these short and fascinating stories the book is also a wonderful reader.Tel Aviv may have been Israel's culinary hotspot until recently, but Jerusalem has become the toughest competitor of the white city on the seaside. No other place will impress us the way Jerusalem does when it comes to showcasing Israel's creative and diversified cuisine, as the city has always been a melting pot of various cultures. People from all over the world get together here: Israelis, Palestinians, Arameans, Moroccans, Ethiopians, Yemenites, people from Eastern Europe. The recipes of the Arabic-Levantine and classical European-Jewish cuisine are just as diverse as the backgrounds of the city's inhabitants. Vanessa Schlesierworks as investigative journalist in Berlin and travels to the Middle East as often as possible. She used to live in Israel for one and a half years. Malte Jägeris a photographer of food, people, and landscapes all around the world.