The holy, holey and unholy in the Holy City

The ‘In Jerusalem’ annual round-up finds that Kadosh’s sufganiot are heavenly and advises against saying bon appétit at Le Moulin Doré.

December 7, 2017 21:15
The verdict on Roladin sufganiyot? ‘Fluffy and favorful.’

The verdict on Roladin sufganiyot? ‘Fluffy and favorful.’. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)


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Last year around this time, health minister Ya’acov Litzman urged the public to stay away from sufganiot, warning that the fried doughnuts traditionally enjoyed on Hanukka were bad for our health.

Well, one year later, Litzman is out of a job and the sufganiot are still here – better than ever.


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