Mixing it up

Gili Altman runs a meat restaurant in a vegetarian moshav

June 20, 2013 15:18
Cooking Grape Leaves

Cooking Grape Leaves521. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Chef Gili Altman, 42, starts his workday at the greengrocer’s, the fish store and the local butcher. Ordering the best and freshest produce of the Galilee’s rich countryside, he heads into his restaurant kitchen and plans the day’s menu with his team. The restaurant serves the beautiful Amirey Hagalil Boutique Hotel, located in Moshav Amirim and overlooking Lake Kinneret.

Raised in the urban center of the country, Altman moved to the North seeking peaceful rural life and the opportunity to cook in the style that matters most to him.


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