Israeli food became too middle-class

Israeli food became too middle-class. It’s all very well flaunting the latest French cuisine, but if I wanted to eat it, I would head to Paris and not Tel Aviv. With everything from patisseries to boulangeries now on offer, it is hard to know which way to turn without crossing a croissant or bumping into a baguette.

The Importance of Remembering

NathanThis Shabbat is our Remembrance Shabbat at the IJC. We will mark the seventy-fifth anniversary of Kristallnacht  - the Night of the Broken Glass – which took place across Germany and Austria on the 9th-10th November 1938.

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