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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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Culinary Tours in Haifa – Flavours of The Wadi

Dan Magazine  07/06/2018

The culinary tours from Wadi Nisnas to Haifa’s Downtown area, provide an opportunity to experience one of the true examples...

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Chamber Music Festival & Indian Aroma at Dan Eilat

Dan Magazine  07/06/2018

The Dan Hotels chain continues their tradition of hosting the Chamber Music Festival at the Dan Eilat; a rare and...

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Andreu Genestra at ‘Round Tables’ Culinary Festival

Dan Magazine  07/06/2018

The Dan Hotel chain has given its sponsorship to the ‘Round Tables’ culinary festival – Chef Oved Alfia hosted Spanish...

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The Land of Milk, Honey and … Cheesecake

Lee Saunders  17/05/2018

In the 1980s US sitcom The Golden Girls, there was no problem that could not be solved by cheesecake. This...

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