Beyond Gefilte Fish and Guilt: Polish Culinary Week in Israel Tel Aviv Table Podcast

In Polish Culinary Week, Israelis discover lost Polish breads, innovative new recipes for carp and cabbage, and much more. Plus, the latest food news.

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Polish chef Alexander Baron (L) and Israeli chef Shahar Sivan cook together at Sivan's Bistro Venya, Haifa.
Polish chef Alexander Baron (L) and Israeli chef Shahar Sivan cook together at Sivan's Bistro Venya, Haifa.Credit: Daniella Cheslow
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Beyond gefilte fish and guilt: Polish Culinary Week in Israel
In the second annual Polish Culinary Week, Israelis discover lost Polish breads, innovative new recipes for carp and cabbage, and the parallels between Poland’s food revival and the booming development of modern Israeli cuisine.

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