Lentils are a cheap, delicious and versatile source of protein, perfect as a the foundation of a vegetarian meal. They are eaten as a sign of mourning in Jewish homes making them a perfect food for the “9 days” leading up to the fast commemorating the destruction of the Temples in Jerusalem
In the run up to the fast of the ninth of Av, it’s customary to refrain from eating meat. Sabich, a vegetarian street food usually served in Pitta, lends itself well to being re-engineered into a colourful and delicious salad.
A jewel of a deli which will set food lovers’ pulses racing, in the centre of Jerusalem
A small, off the beaten track eatery serving excellent, filling meat sandwiches should be on your list of places to try in Jerusalem
King James I allegedly was once served a loin of beef of such quality that he knighted it. I recently revisited the sirloin, cooked on the grill and will be doing so again this summer!