Baguettes and Beurre: French Aliyah’s Culinary Impact Tel Aviv Table Podcast

With French Jewish immigration to Israel on the rise, the Tel Aviv Table heads to Netanya to assess the impact of the new arrivals on local cuisine.

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La Brioche bakery's pastry chef Ruben Mouly. He moved to Israel four months ago but began baking at age 13. Photo via TLV1
La Brioche bakery's pastry chef Ruben Mouly. He moved to Israel four months ago but began baking at age 13. Photo via TLV1
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