Very interesting, but the top picture doesn't seem to be from Israel -- or is it?
Love your blog - what a great continuation to your trip reports. I really enjoy your style of presentation. Great choice of picture for the top of your North Israel entry :) -- and thanks for the credit for the referral.
Now you have me waiting with bated breath for the rest of the Israel installments.
I enjoyed reading your blog, and I definitely think it will last more than the three months that you envision! Glad to see that there are NYC recommendations. Thanks!
Chana, that's the Lachuch guy of Safed. I think his name is Ronen, quite the character. Hopefully he sees this eventually.
Too funny Abcd, I see you read a bit more.
There's another writer there as you may have noticed called the Hummus whisperer who didn't accompany us on this trip. The Jerusalem post (hopeully very soon Oreet before I start forgetting details) will make him wish he did.
Sorry about the delay folks. I'm Just about over the post trip depression and slowly getting the energy back
Jerusalem was light in comparison to the other places food wise. You find yourself eating in museums or other tourist attractions often. But we still managed to get our hands on some yummy stuff
Great blog. The Lachuch guy was dressed traditional but in grey when I was there two weeks ago!
--and it was good. So, thanks to you for asking the question so Oreets could give the answer that sent us all to the restaurant!
Thanks for sharing more of your culinary adventures - loved the pictures of Machane Yehuda - one of my favorite places. Without starting the humus wars again - I think Rachmu is a great place to experience.
Glad I was able to introduce so many people to the Lachuch guy - have to find out the "proper" name of that place :)
I sent someone to Abu Suhil in Akko today. The report - great hummus, no tea, over-airconditioned, no toilet seat in loo.
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