Lunch tickets have sold out. ‘Talk only’ tickets (which do not include lunch) are available now.
This is a great opportunity to see a demonstration from two extremely talented and passionate food connoisseurs and to hear about their philosophy in the kitchen. Afterwards there will be a chance to ask questions, meet them, and have a book signed. Jerusalem’s culture of food has been shaped over thousands of years with influences from Muslim, Jewish, Arab, Christian and Armenian communities. In his latest book, Jerusalem, renowned chef, food columnist, and restaurateur Yotam Ottolenghi joins forces with his fellow chef Sami Tamimi to explore the cuisine of their shared home city.
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