Watch My ‘Taste of Israel’ Virtual Cooking Class

I was listening to the Ten Percent Happier podcast yesterday with Roshi Joan Halifax, and it left me in tears. Not necessarily sad tears, but tears of empathy. We are in a radical state of uncertainty, and what matters right now is love. Grief teaches us how much we love.

In this time, there’s a lot of opportunity to make lemonade, and I love how businesses have adjusted their mission and heart to these times. When all events were canceled, an event venue in northwest Washington, Faber Farm, decided to start an online workshop series featuring local talent.

As part of the workshop series, I did a virtual cooking class–Travel from Home with A Taste of Israel. All of the recipes can be found on my website, just search for each recipe. I hope you enjoy it!


I am married to my best friend, Elie, and we are the proud parents of a little boy, Theo, born February 11, 2016. Until Theo was born, I was a practicing registered dietitian nutritionist, but I am secretly a homemaker at heart, as I am happiest at home, cooking, organizing and making our home a comfortable place for our family and friends to gather. Elie and I are also travel lovers, and I share our travels here. Since Theo was born, this blog has morphed into a parenting blog as well, and those are actually my favorite posts to write and share.

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