In each hour-long episode, the chef talks with Israeli friends about different aspects of Israeli food culture.
She was always trying to stop them, supposedly.
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No kitchen? No problem. This recipe only requires an electric tea kettle, a bowl, a knife or scissors, and a paper plate. This recipe comes out fragrant, spicy, and full of flavor. Since it only takes five minutes, I recommend putting the ingredients on the table and allowing kids to mix and match. You can set it up like a bootleg shabu shabu so kids can increase spice, add vegetables they like, and enjoy the fun. It’s been a hell of a week, so you deserve something easy, comforting, and delicious. Salmon was our favorite, but you could also do cooked chicken or sliced London broil. This recipe makes one bowl of soup
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