What Cooks in Pre-state Israel Made for Lord Balfour in '25

When Lord Balfour, a known gastronome, visited the Holy Land in 1925, the cooks of the Jewish Yishuv went into action. Scholars, chefs and bakers look back on what they prepared, 101 years after the Balfour Declaration

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The Gedandsky bakery in Tel Aviv, in the '20s.
The Gedandsky bakery in Tel Aviv, in the '20s.Credit: אלבום קונדיטוריה
Ronit Vered
Ronit Vered

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