I’ve tried to refrain from making this blog entirely about the food I’ve been eating, but seeing as today is Shabbat, I’m going to give all that a rest. This post is all about food, glorious food!
Here’s something about Israel that is different from the US that I have really come to appreciate: eating on the cheap here does not mean eating unhealthy convenience food. It may mean forgoing a sit-down restaurant in favor of a coffee shop or shawarma café, but overall the quality in taste and ingredients everywhere we have eaten has outshone the expectations I held for eating on a meager budget!
For example, yesterday afternoon, David and I tried out Abu Hassan’s, a Tel Aviv institution. Known for having the best hummus in the entire city in a city full of restaurants that serve only hummus, Abu Hassan’s stakes a pretty huge claim. It has…
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