Since I’m just back from vacation, I’m happy to be back in my kitchen. However, I’ve been reading (a lot) about a particular eating space that has just opened up… and as soon as I wish to splash out a little, I know where I want to go.
Fish & Game: An Ode to Hudson’s Tasty Past in Rural Intelligence
Where Basic Ingredients Rule in the New York Times
Zak Pelaccio Cutting the Fat, Glazing Turnips Instead in the New York Observer
Straight from the field to the plate in the Times Union
Our Man in Hudson in A Cook Blog (Edible Hudson Valley)
Perhaps once the fuss dies down a bit?
the rooftops of Jerusalem
I was out of town for a couple of weeks, and as usual, eating. While we went to some gorgeous places for dinners, the lunches were my favorite.
a spread at a restaurant in the Muslim quarter
fish at a restaurant in Jaffa
I always love dessert
goats milk yogurt and cheeses at Nataf, in the hills outside of Jerusalem
falafel with pesto and goat cheese
eggplant and garlic pizza in Tivron, north of Haifa
more borekas, and some turkish delight
The Levinski market in Tel Aviv on Fridays was fantastic
favorite garenim: sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds
more nuts and seeds
a corner shop at the Levinski Market
We definitely should have spent more time here…
As beautiful as all of this was, I am happy to be back in my kitchen again. What are you cooking these days?