Grapevine: Cars and cuisine

This week's Jerusalem highlights.

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September 6, 2017 20:14
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Jerusalem street

Cars line a Jerusalem street. (photo credit: HABATLAN PR)

 
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OUT OF Zion shall go forth the law – but that is not all that is emanating from Zion. Jerusalem’s celebrity chef Assaf Granit will be cooking breakfast in Herzliya this Friday at a special event hosted by the importers of Infiniti luxury cars. Aside from the treat to the palate, the event will include a discussion on the connection between cars and cuisine led by Dror Globerman, founder and editor-in-chief of NEXTER, a leading tech media website that is part of MAKO (Israel).

■ ASHDOD MAYOR Dr. Yehiel Lasri and the Ambassadors’ Club of Israel cordially invite the public to the opening ceremony of the Ashdod Folk and Flavor Festival on Wednesday, September 13 at 6:30 p.m. This annual event is a feast for the eyes and the taste buds with both kosher and non-kosher offerings. The festival is on September 13 and 14. The event is held in collaboration with the Foreign Affairs Ministry at the Nahal Lachish Park, Ashdod. In addition to culinary offerings from many countries, there will be a central stage with ethnic music, song and dance; a photography exhibition and a book launch for Ashdod City of Flowers.

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