Inbal Baum, the Founder of Delicious Israel, joins us to talk about where foodies should eat when they travel to her country.
- Shakshouka is a popular dish in Israel
- Israeli Breakfast is a distinct and important meal
- The modern cherry tomato has roots in Israel
- Tel Aviv and Jerusalem top the list of cities you should visit
- Beach season runs from April to October
- Rosh Hashana is a great time to visit Israel
- When you visit Tel Aviv, go to the Carmel Market, the Levinsky Market
- Try the date syrup, Silan
Food for Thought
- Q: After pita bread, what is the most common food used to “wipe” humus?
- A: Raw onion.
Out of the Frying Pan
- Favorite Spot for Outdoor Dining: Milgo & Milbar
- Favorite Place to Buy Spices: Cafe Arma in Levinsky Market
- Herbs to Try: Za’atar and Hawaij (in Yemenite Coffee)
- Favorite Winery: Sphera
- Favorite Place for Dessert: The Malabia
- Favorite Food Experience for Kids: Max Brenner
- Chef to Watch: Eyal Shani
- Dish to Try at Different Places: Shakshouka and sabich