What makes this Chocolat Soufflé particularly Israeli? Because it was made in the state-of-the-art culinary facilities at the Eilat campus of Ben Gurion University for starters! The recipe is simple and a gluten free departure from most soufflé recipes, but after the shoot, I ate it and it was delicious! The Culinary School, in conjunction […]

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Officially known as “The Day of Remembrance for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terrorism,” Yom Hazikaron is Israel’s official remembrance day. Traditionally dedicated to Israel’s fallen soldiers , commemoration has also been extended to civilian victims of terror. I shot this at 11 am at Mahane Yehuda where people mostly […]

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We visited the state-of-the-art Culinary School at Ben Gurion University’s Eilat campus where the staff and students helped us create this delicious, ready to make concoction. It contains ingredients typically found in Israel like Oranges, Halva and Semolina – as well as Maple Syrup for an exotic touch. Of course you can replace the Maple […]

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Holocaust Memorial Day began last night at sunset. Pretty much everything shuts down – bars, restaurants, shops etc. Television programming is all Holocaust and Shoah-related while the radio played only sad songs. People gathered formally and informally to talk about the Holocaust or watch Holocaust themed movies. It’s a pretty big deal here in Israel. […]

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Jerusalem is a city that has been riven with conflict for centuries. And yet, if you look just below the surface, you’ll find innumerable examples of civility, fun and yes, even pure joy. The short 30 second clip above was taken at the new Teddy Park across from the Mamila Mall and Jaffa Gate. There […]

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Tuna’s track גם זה יעבור – “This Too Will Pass” is a trip down Israeli 90s memory lane. In keeping with a well worn tradition of male Israeli singers, the song’s tone and timber is depressing as fuck, sort of. However, if you read the translation below, what’s remarkable is how much Israeli nostalgia is […]

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Acroyoga is a super fun combination of yoga and acrobatics that has taken the world by storm. Israel has a very healthy Acroyoga community, meeting informally in parks across the country and formally at weekend and holiday get-togethers. Over the last couple of months, a group of acroyogis prepared for and organized a massive Acroyoga […]

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During the day, Machaneh Yehuda is a large and otherwise modest vegetable market, but for the last few years it has become the premiere entertainment hub of Jerusalem. And on Purim it has become the place to be – featuring a street party that is both massive and wild! This was the scene at last […]

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The video’s description is kinda funny: Since less and less teenagers show up to the shul for the megilla reading, AMHSI students created a pop version of Purim story from its campus in Israel, in which U.S. high school students on a study-abroad program sing and dance the “Megillat Esther.” AMHSI offers 2- and 4-month-long […]

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Vice News described this clip as follows: In the wake of recent terror attacks in Europe — several of which targeted Jewish institutions — some politicians and religious leaders have predicted an exodus of Jewish people from the continent. In some ways, the numbers stack up. Last year, a record 8,000 Jews arrived in Israel […]

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