Feasts fit for King Solomon

ByFAYE LEVY, YAKIR LEVY
September 13, 2017 19:14

There has long been variety in the cuisine of the Land of Israel thanks to merchants who were looking for new items to trade.




Pizza Ebaica

Pizza Ebaica. (photo credit:YAKIR LEVY)

For the High Holy Days we plan to prepare some delicious dishes from Joan Nathan’s new cookbook, King Solomon’s Table.

Nathan’s beef stew, which she presented at a lunch in Los Angeles, gained an appealing sweet taste from red bell peppers, as well as onions and paprika. It should make a tempting main course for Rosh Hashana, when sweet flavors are traditional.

Read More...

Related Content
September 18, 2017
Shamai Glick – a portrait

By PEGGY CIDOR