Shabbat food

Guetta grew up in Kiryat Shmona with parents who made aliya from Tunisia. He would spend ours with his mother in the kitchen, and this is how he came to love cooking traditional Tunisian dishes.

By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
June 1, 2018 11:23
Meat pastries

Meat pastries. (photo credit: SHIRA BEHAR)

One day, as I was sitting in my kitchen wondering what to prepare for Shabbat dinner, a cooking program came on the radio. To my surprise, the presenter turned out to be former MK Yigal Guetta. He hosts a radio show in which he interviews people about current events, politics, culture, and – you got it – food.

I was so curious to know if he was truly a good cook, and so I called him up, and he invited me to come to his home in Bnei Brak to see for myself.

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