Winter is Coming
28 October 2015
Every culture has its own culinary traits regarding the Winter time, usually it connects to hearty meals and comfort food. The Jewish cuisine is no exception, as you can see in the following pictures.
As stated above, there are many similar traits between different cultures regarding Winter cuisine. Saying that, it is still interesting to see the culinary similarities between extremely different Jewish communities around the world.
Here you can see photos from the first part of this hearty workshop:
1. Preparing dough for the Kubaneh bread (Yemenite weekend bread) - ideal for soups.
2. Preparing dough for the Kubaneh bread (Yemenite weekend bread) - ideal for soups.
3. Cutting veggies for the famous Nightshade soup - roasted aubergine with tomatoes.
4. Frying onions and mushrooms for the filling of the Kibbeh.
If you want to see the second part of this workshop, click on this link.
by: Amit Rabin