Pascale's Kitchen: Three Jerusalem recipes

Bulgarian Sephardi meat pastries, Jerusalem kugel and bizcochos salados represent the city to me.

June 1, 2017 18:46
Pastel con carne (meat-filled pastry)

Pastel con carne (meat-filled pastry). (photo credit: PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN)


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Jerusalem is without doubt the most special city in the world. Much has been written and told about Jerusalem, and whenever I visit the city, I feel invigorated to be breathing in the holy air of a place so full of history.

Although I’ve been to Jerusalem countless times, I still get excited when I walk through the Mahaneh Yehuda market and witness all the wonderful colors and aromas. I love picking out fresh herbs and tasting the ethnic delicacies offered to me, so I can bring a small piece of Jerusalem home with me.


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