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A day after attending James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Solomonov’s Israeli brunch, part of the New York City Wine & Food Festival (NYCWFF), I’m still too full to type much — so my pictures will have to tell most of the story.
They still have trouble pronouncing “shakshuka.” But Calgary locals have gone wild for an Israeli bakery and its exotic wares — think babka, labneh and even chopped liver.
Chef Zachary Engel, chef de cuisine at Shaya restaurant in New Orleans, has said that he lacks “a-grandma-taught-me-everything story.” No matter. He was this year’s winner of the James Beard Rising Star award.
Yesterday I arrived in Tel Aviv for a long-anticipated vacation that’s centered around a dear friend’s wedding. This morning, I couldn’t think of a better way to kick off the day than to belly up to the bar of an open-air eatery in the Carmel Market called Shuk Shuka.