This week I’m roaming empty lots and old gardens, foraging for chickweed. Chickweed is one of my favorite wild greens. I grow it in containers on my balcony, but my containers don’t yield as much as I want. So I’m out in the cool, moist weather, scanning the ground for the soft little herb, because […]
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Imagine eating a light, sweet cream cheese that tastes like flowers. Sounds divine, doesn’t it? Like a dish from the Belle Époque, a dessert that a tender and temperamental chef...
Juicy burgers with Middle Eastern flavors, a delicious way to serve chicken.
I admit it. I’m addicted. It’s one cup every day, but it’s strong. And if I don’t get it, the bottom drops out of the world. I guess that’s addiction. If for some strange reason I’ve left the house having missed my morning cuppah, I’ll pop into a bakery and buy a very good coffee […]
I’m wishing all my readers a sweet new year, for תשע”ז and for all the new years of our lives. Health, prosperity, and only good news to each and every one. Chag sameach – a happy Rosh HaShana!
Meet Salman Nijim Abu Heissam, a Druze farmer from a village in the Western Galilee. He is an ex-IDF officer and speaks excellent Hebrew, which was great for me because my Arabic is limited to maybe four words. Paul Nirens, owner of the Galileat organization that leads culinary tours with Druze and Christian Arabs of […]