Thursday, November 24, 2011
Call for Recipes, Photos and Art for New Israeli Cookbook
Tel Aviv based publisher Lunch Box headed by Ofir Vardi is publishing a new cookbook in English of easy to prepare kosher recipes. They are accepting photos, works of art, illustrations, graphic pieces, recipes and the like documenting the Israeli culinary experience as you see it.
Lunch Box publishes cookbooks in an unusual format – cards in a box. They are also available as an app for the Ipad and Iphone. Their most recent publication is a kosher Hungarian cookbook of 120 recipes with photos to drool over. In Hebrew the book is called “Goulash l’Golesh” which will sound cute to Hebrew speakers because it means “Goulash for Surfers”..In English the collection is called “Going Paprikash” and includes Hungarian music and nostalgic home movies. Both versions are available from the app store.
Rigó Jancsi from Going Paprikash
Submissions should be in English.
Files can be submitted as jpeg or eps files, full color (cmyk), print quality (300dpi)
Vertical size: 11 cm wide x 16 cm high. Horizontal size 22 cm wide x 16 cm high.
The following information should also be provided:
Website (if applicable):
Send submissions to: email@example.com
The sooner the better!
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Sunday, November 20, 2011
|Chef Haim Cohen|
Photo by Daniel Laila
Tomorrow, Cohen opens his new restaurant – "Yafo Tel Aviv". In an interview with the “City Mouse” magazine Cohen explained that his first instinct was to cook the food from “Keren”, the restaurant that put him on Israel’s culinary radar. In the end he concluded that there was no point in trying to break away from who he was but his main goal was and always has been to use the best raw materials. He says that his cooking is clean and simple and that he’s going for the best such as creamy Burrata cheese (rustic style mozzarella) that is imported from southern Italy and must be eaten within 24 hrs.
On his television show Cohen often times refers to his mother’s cooking and family favorites. The menu will include some of mom’s dishes such as fish kebabs and Sigal Cohen’s (Mrs. Haim Cohen) favorite salad of greens with celery and kohlrabi.
Haim Cohen will be happy if his customers don’t feel like customers but guests in his home sitting in his kitchen.
Yafo Tel Aviv opens tomorrow the 21st of November and will start with dinner only. Stay tuned for more.
Yafo Tel Aviv, 98 Yigal Alon (in the new Electra Building) – 03-624-9249
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