Stocking up

Laga'at Ba'ochel (to touch food), has an endless variety of herbs and spices from around the world.

September 7, 2006 11:40
Stocking up

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A modern culinary center that recently opened in Ra'anana, Laga'at Ba'ochel (to touch food), has an endless variety of herbs and spices from around the world, in addition to coffee, tea infusions and high-end kitchenware. For chef wannabes, a series of hands-on cooking workshops is offered, including ethnic cuisines ranging from Mexican to Asian. For those who just want to meander around, there is a caf in the compound that has a light menu of sandwiches, salads, pies and cakes. Laga'at Ba'ochel. Hasadna 4, Industrial zone Ra'anana (09) 740-4474 (kosher).

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