Holiday in: Sea of food

Join the last fishing trip in the Kinneret before the the two year ban, take a Hanukka cooking class and check out many more food specials in the Taste of the Kinneret festival.

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December 2, 2010 11:36
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Fishing

Fishing. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The unseasonably warm weather has taken its toll; Lake Kinneret’s water level is low, and the trees are not as green as they are in years with more rain.

Despite this, the sixth annual Taste of the Kinneret festival is set to open on Hanukka, with a special focus on local produce.

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