Tel Aviv restaurants allow customers to be chefs for a day
It’s a must-do for wannabe master chefs, but are they prepared for the pressure?
Cockroaches, rodents and customers seem to be the three least-wanted guests in restaurant kitchens. But quite a few Tel Aviv restaurants have begun allowing customers into their kitchens and even letting them do some of the cooking as part of Chef for a Day, in which restaurants allow a guest to arrive in the morning, run the kitchen, chop and cook, and even fill the restaurant with friends to enjoy his...
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