Take a trip to the bustling streets of Tel Aviv, all without leaving Ann Arbor! We’ll explore Israel through a bounty of intoxicating street food. We’ll mix up warm, fresh pita (it really can’t be beat!) to start. Then we’ll demo sabich, an Israeli sandwich stuffed with fried egg plant, potatoes, and hard boiled eggs. We’ll fry up some crispy falafel, and cap off our meal with malabi, a middle eastern milk pudding. As if that weren’t enough, we’ll also make our own hummus, which we’re sure will ruin you for the store-bought variety forevermore.
Amanda Fisher, Kitchen Coordinator at Beth Israel Congregation Ann Arbor and owner of Amanda’s Kitchen Catering, shares fresh, original, and creative recipes inspired by the Mediterranean. She’s cooked all around the U.S. and Israel, from San Francisco to Jerusalem, and those travels inspire the colorful dishes she creates.
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