Hazan et Hakol-Israeli Culinary Innovation and Values Trip

October 18-28, 2021

Join us for an unrivaled, immersive adventure on the Israeli Culinary Innovation and Values Trip. Meet Israeli cooks in their own homes as well as innovative Israeli chefs. Savor flavorful food at restaurants, colorful street food vendors, lively markets, quality wineries, inventive cheese makers, boutique farms, and even ancient olive presses. Participate in hands-on culinary experiences in kitchens and homes. Meet and converse with key players of Israel’s dynamic food scene in intimate settings. Sample the best of Israel’s constantly evolving, rich and delicious culinary landscape.

This experience will include the following and more. For a full itinerary and to sign up for this trip, click here!

A few highlights:

Olive oilPick olives at a family-owned olive oil press and eat a delicious lunch using the products of the garden and press

The Spice Trail: Step back in time at Avdat, one of the towns along Nabatean Spice route is Avdat which is over 2,000 years old

Modern Israeli CuisineEat dinner at Mashya, the epitome of Israeli Cuisine evolution & revival

Druze CulturePrepare traditional Druze Galilean dishes in a private home and enjoy the feast you create

The other JerusalemExperience the Old City like never before through a Tastes of Jerusalem tour

IDF ShabbatShare Shabbat dinner in a private venue with lone soldiers

Lively Market: Tour the Carmel Market, Tel Aviv’s biggest market

 

Meet Zehorit Heilicher of Mideast to Midwest

Zehorit Heilicher was born in Israel to a Yemenite immigrant family. Growing up in multi-cultural Givat Olga, she experienced Israel’s rich ethnic diversity through food and celebration. Following high school graduation, Zehorit joined the Israeli army, where she became an officer, finishing her service as a lieutenant. She then majored in English Literature and Political Science at the Tel Aviv University. While working in a Minneapolis summer camp, she met her husband and relocated.

Zehorit has raised 4 children and has been teaching cooking classes in both the Jewish and the general communities and volunteering. She brings to the kitchen her Mediterranean roots, her passion for healthy and flavorful dishes and her love of people and storytelling. Teaching in the Twin cities for over 15 years, she shares her appreciation for the way in which culture, geography and history shape our food and the way we gather to eat it.
Food is a vehicle to creating community, to shaping memory and to sharing cultural richness.” – Zehorit Heilicher

 

Click the links below for more information on each session and to register.

Space is limited. Priority will be given to members of the Minneapolis Jewish Community. Your application does not guarantee participation.

Cost of the trip will be adjusted based on number of participants; projected cost is $4,800 to $5,200 (airfare not included).
Early Bird Deadline: April 8, 2021
Pricing will increase on April 12th. Sign up today to receive the lower rate and secure your space.  

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THIS TRIP!

 

COVID-19 Concerns:  We anticipate that by Oct. 2021 Israeli tourism will be robust again. We will address any issues impacting our trip as they may arise. Your payment is fully refundable if we can’t travel this October due to COVID-19.

For more information on this global experience, please contact Eilat Harel | eharel@jewishminneapolis.org

Minneapolis Jewish Federation, 111 Cheshire Lane, Suite 50, Minnetonka

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