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In the sun-lit Alenbi restaurant, on Nostrand Avenue in Crown Heights, with its white and black urban chic decor — you can easily mistake the setting and think you’re in Tel Aviv, not Brooklyn.
While Trader Joe’s has long been known for being a second-tier Whole Foods, a place for well-meaning people who desire their ethically sourced chow to go where they will not have to sacrifice their entire paycheck — these days, it’s becoming increasingly a bastion of cultural appreciation. In this case, a Mediterranean-infused mixing pot.
Is Alon Shaya cooking’s new socially conscious heir apparent?
Celebrity chef Adeena Sussman recently moved to Tel Aviv after years of working her food magic in New York. I sat down with her this past week to talk about Chrissy Teigen, Israeli food versus American food, and how to eat more adventurously.
Celebrity cook Rachael Ray stumbled into a decades-long sideshow to the Israeli-Arab conflict last month: the hummus wars. American pollster James Zogby lashed Ray on Twitter for calling hummus, tabouleh and stuffed grape leaves Israeli, accusing Israel of “cultural genocide.”