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Open Sesame: The Secrets of Tahini In Israel

Lee Saunders  30/05/2019

You will find it lovingly embracing shawarma, drizzled over roasted cauliflower, nestling on top of a tomato salad or puddled...

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Eurovision 2019 – Thanks for coming!

Lee Saunders  21/05/2019

“Thank you for accepting differences between us,” cried Israel’s Netta Barzilai as she won last year’s Eurovision Song Contest in...

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New Year’s Resolution; Vegan Revolution

Lee Saunders  27/02/2019

The best time of the year for gyms and recruitment agencies. By February or March, it can often be a...

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Hayarkon 99 Restaurant (Dan Tel Aviv) – awarded the prize ‘the best service in Israel’

Dan Magazine  14/01/2019

At a ceremony that took place in Tel Aviv this past June, the Gault & Millau restaurant guide announced the...

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Chanukah Donuts Get Wilder

Lee Saunders  05/12/2018

Whether you choose the old-school ‘Chanukah’ or the more mainstream ‘Hanukkah,’ the proper spelling of the Jewish Festival of Lights...

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On the Trail of Rail

Lee Saunders  27/11/2018

Back in 1892, the first railway line in Israel was built between Jerusalem and Jaffa, with the long and winding...

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Ports and Marinas in Israel that offer more

Lee Saunders  08/11/2018

There is nothing like the open sea to make you feel like you’re really on vacation. And if you want...

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Top Hummus places in Israel

Lee Saunders  18/10/2018

More than half of the Israel landscape is desert. The rest may well be hummus. Made from chickpeas, this Levantine...

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