A Hungarian way to get through the holidays

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September 28, 2017 15:40
Hungarian chopped liver.

Hungarian chopped liver.. (photo credit: PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN)

Nurit Peled has fond memories of spending time in her grandparents’ kitchen in Safed as they prepared meals for hotels in the area for the holidays. Peled, who is currently the vice principal of the Hadassah WIZO Canada High School in Netanya, recently added a baking course to her school’s curriculum. Over the years, Peled has participated in cooking and baking workshops with some of Israel’s top chefs and currently writes a blog with pastry chef Oren Bakar.

I was overjoyed when Peled recently agreed to meet with me for a day of preparing special Hungarian dishes for the holidays.

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